I’m pretty sure that bill said that if the vote of the non-voting delegates changed the outcome, a new vote without them would need to be taken. So the non-voting delegates could never cast a deciding vote.
If it didn’t, the bill is clearly unconstitutional. As written, it’s probably unconstitutional, but likely can’t be brought to court.
To: conservative in nyc
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