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Or foreplanning? Or maybe a good guess? Whatever it is, read this (boring) law review article drafted up in 2019 for publication by Loyola, Chicago.

Preparing for a Disputed Presidential Election:
An Exercise in Election Risk Assessment
and Management

Edward B. Foley*

This Article considers the possibility that a major dispute over the
outcome of the 2020 presidential election could arise, even without foreign
interference or some other extraordinary event, but rather just from the
ordinary process of counting ballots. …

Yeah, it’s remarkably accurate. However, it misses – as law reviews are prone to miss, the existence and action of the Executive Branch. Very interesting.