A Pennsylvania state court has issued an injunction to block any further verification of the election results in the state until a hearing on Friday.
Judge Patricia McCullough’s order comes from a case brought by R-Pa voters in Pennsylvania, including Mike Kelly, alleging that a law in a state that allows absenteeism without discharge violated the Pennsylvania Constitution, which outlines specific cases. . absentee voting is allowed.
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“[T]o How many additional measures are there to improve the verification of the results of the 2020 general elections?[,]McCullough wrote.
Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Josh Shapiro responded quickly on Twitter, pointing out that this doesn’t have much of an impact as the results of the presidential election have already been validated and voters have been elected.
Nevertheless, Pennsylvania officials quickly filed an appeal with the State Supreme Court seeking a review of whether McCullough erred in the coercive exemption despite Kelly and the other voters “failing to meet any of the preconditions” that justified the compulsory exemption.
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As for any competition that may not have been confirmed in the November elections, public officials are temporarily prohibited from verifying the outcome of any elections that have not yet been verified.
A demonstration hearing will be held on Friday.
The complaint in the case focuses on Act 77, which the plaintiffs called “the most extensive and fundamental change to the Pennsylvania Electoral Code to date.” This law extended postal voting, despite the fact that Article VII of the Pennsylvania Constitution. Section 14 of his article, which deals with voting in absentia, is very narrow about who can participate.
This law states that state legislation provides a way for people who will be outside their municipality to vote, “because their duties, occupation, or business requires them to reside elsewhere, or who are unable to participate in any of their elections due to illness in their respective polling stations. or because of a physical disability, or who do not attend a poll due to a religious holiday, or who are unable to vote due to election day duties, may vote in the case of a county employee and return and revoke their votes in the constituency in which they reside. “
The lawsuit alleges that Pennsylvania’s postal votes are invalid because an extension of the vote in absentia requires a constitutional amendment, not just the passage of a bill.
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While the results of the Pennsylvania presidential election have already been verified, the Trump campaign is still actively fighting them in hopes of decertification as they appeal the rejection of a case they filed alleging voters were wrongly given the opportunity to cure more than 6,000 votes of invalid absentees. ballot paper was reported without proper observation.