The lawyer who argued Bush v. Gore before the U.S. Supreme Court after the contested 2000 presidential election appeared in federal court in Boston yesterday to challenge the way Massachusetts allocates its Electoral College votes in presidential elections.
David Boies, who represented then-Vice President Al Gore in the case that settled the disputed election in favor of George W. Bush, said the winner-take-all system used in Massachusetts to select electors who cast votes for president and vice president in the Electoral College after a presidential election disenfranchises voters.
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