The Supreme Court of Pa. Rejects the Republican congressman’s offer to drop mail and stop certification


The Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismissed Saturday night’s case, initiated by Republican MP Mike Kelly and a few other Republican voters who wanted to repeal last year’s law that could not save postal ballots, and to stop further action. confirming the votes of Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania on Tuesday confirmed the victory of President-elect Joe Biden, but Judge Patricia McCullough on Wednesday ordered the state to suspend certification “to the extent that further steps remain to improve certification.”

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Pennsylvania passed the universal postal vote with Act 77 last year, but Kelly tried to overthrow that law and considers the votes for all mail in the 2020 election illegal.

“As a medicine, the petitioners sought to invalidate the ballot papers of millions of Pennsylvania voters who used the postal voting procedures set out in Act 77 and only count the ballot papers that the petitioners consider to be ‘legitimate votes’.” The Supreme Court reads.

The court said the petitioners should have attacked the law when it was first passed in 2019, rather than waiting for the election to take place more than a year later.

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“More than a year after the enactment of Act 77, the petitioners submitted this face of the statutory provisions for postal voting. Millions of Pennsylvania voters have already expressed their will in both the June 2020 primary election and the November 2020 general election, as well as the last ballot in the 2020 general election, the results seem to have become apparent, ”the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said in an opinion.

“Nevertheless, the petitioners waited for the lawsuit to be filed until days before the county electoral bodies had to certify the election results to the Commonwealth Secretary. Thus, it is outside the lawyer that the petitioners did not exercise due diligence in presenting the immediate claim. the significant prejudice resulting from the petitioners’ inability to immediately challenge the legal system of postal voting, as this inaction would result in the disenfranchisement of millions of Pennsylvania voters. “

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Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Josh Shapiro celebrated the ruling Saturday and called it “another victory for democracy.”