If the election were to finally end without a 270 winner, which Congress decides who wins?
"According to the 12th Amendment, Congress cannot formally count the electoral college votes until Jan. 6. But a new Congress will have been seated on Jan. 3."
So, the newly elected Congress would decide, not the current one.
Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2016/11/0 … e-is-tied/
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