In Episode Three of the special Eastern Standard series Democracy Optimist: 2020 saw unprecedented attacks on the results of the presidential election, even though there was no evidence to question its results. Host Joshua Douglas, an election law and voting research professor at the University of Kentucky, asks Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig, co-author of “How to Steal a Presidential Election,” if this could happen again in 2024. Also in this episode: The Constitution does not explicitly confer the right to vote. Professor Rick Hasen of the UCLA Law School wants to change that.