What happens if there’s a tie between the Houses?

There are two Houses. Obviously, it’s pretty easy to imagine a tie. If there is a tie, meaning one House has voted one way and the other has voted a different way, then §15 declares that the slate of electors which has been “certified” by “the Executive” in the state — presumably the governor — is the slate that gets counted.

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