That is unlikely to happen on Election Day. Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton can contend there were voting fraud and other activities which resulted in inaccurate election results.
After all that, there will be a loser. Those who invested in that politico will be bereft. They will miss out on everything from lucrative jobs to an enhanced brandname. Regarding the latter, everyone loves a winner.
But there is a category of professionals who wins, no matter what party winds up being declared the next U.S. President. Those are the lawyers.
As The Wall Street Journal reports, they are being parachuted in even before election day. They will have lots of work on election day per se. Should the election be contested, there will be more work. Just think about all those billable hours.
What will be keeping those meters running? One task will be to monitor the emergence of voting irregularities. That begins with the early or absentee ballots. Also, on election day, they have to warn nominees about the tactics of voter intimidation. They will be on the look-out for signs of that. Afterwards, they could be hiring private investigators, much like Kalinda on "The Good Wife."
No matter how things turn out, lawyers who know how to work the media could wind up prominent brandnames. It's irrelevant what party they represent. This could be the high-visibility opportunity of a lifetime. Remember how the 2000 election limbo enhanced the reputations of Ted Olson and David Boies.
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