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WHAT HAPPENS IF JOE DROPS OUT?

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JOE BIDEN HIDEN, DYIN, DROPPING OUT
so what happens?

>dnc get to replace their candidate with their choosing since biden was already confirmed
>the electors from his votes would remain for him
>there's cases of faithless electors in the past, with 2016 a group of electors trying to get enough faithless electors to cause Trump not to win
>supreme court ruled that the faithless electors COULD be punished however the states seem fit
>these electors, and this has happened in state races before, where if a candidate died (covid coof inc) then the electors for that candidate would be honored for the new candidate
>if the dems want to go another route they can now 360° moon walk back on their stances for mail in or early voting and ask them to be nullified as illegal or unconstitutional
>they might just have to write off those votes and push for a write in campaign for hillary
>there's many options dems can take here after they replace biden from above
>they can shoot for faithless electors, write off the votes, argue in court to get them nullified, force in person voting, etc.

ALL of these options are viable right now
they don't have to write anything off and I doubt they'll give up
they may even ask for election delay as Trump was eluding to it earlier in the year maybe to goad them into making a stance due to what he knew was on Biden and about to come out

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Monroe
>The collapse of the Federalists left Monroe with no organized opposition at the end of his first term, and he ran for reelection unopposed
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Era_of_Good_Feelings
>The Era of Good Feelings marked a period in the political history of the United States that reflected a sense of national purpose and a desire for unity among Americans in the aftermath of the War of 1812 The era saw the collapse of the Federalist Party and an end to the bitter partisan disputes between it and the dominant Democratic-Republican Party during the First Party System.