Derek Muller

Pepperdine University

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Derek Muller is an associate professor of law at Pepperdine University School of Law, where he focuses on election law, federalism and the role of states in the administration of elections.

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President Trump claims that three million people voted illegally last year, and he's established a  Commission on Election Integrity .

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In yesterday's primaries, party frontrunners won. Many voters lost. A record number of New Yorkers complained about delays and glitches, not to mention anger at closed primary rules.

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In yesterday's primaries, party frontrunners won. Many voters lost. A record number of New Yorkers complained about delays and glitches, not to mention anger at closed primary rules.

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