🚨Ten State Attorney Generals Join Supreme Court Case Against Pennsylvania’s Unconstitutional Mail-In Ballot Deadline…
The 10 State Attorney Generals filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court of the United States concerning the mail-in ballot lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania. They come from Missouri, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Texas.
The lawsuit argues that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court violated the Constitution when they bypassed State legislators with the decision to allow mail-in ballots that arrived after Election Day to be counted.
From the Federalist:
In the brief, the Republican AGs state that they believe the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overstepped its bounds and violated the Constitution’s Election Clauses which grant state legislatures the ability and “unique role” to decide certain election procedures and not the courts.
“Our system of federalism relies on separation of powers to preserve liberty at every level of government, and the separation of powers in the Election Clauses is no exception to this principle,” the brief states.
They also believe the decision handed down by the Pennsylvania Court expanded the potential for voter fraud.
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