Judges DO NOT have the authority to change laws as they see fit.
A federal judge in Wisconsin has extended the deadline to submit an absentee ballot for the upcoming 2020 election to Nov. 9, so long as the ballot is mailed and postmarked on or before Nov. 3.
Congress has set the first tuesday in November as the day for federal election. That would be Nov. 2 2020. How can a judge change election day to Nov. 3rd?
The order also extends the voter registration deadline to Oct. 21
Screw whatever is in Wisconsin law as passed by their legislature and signed by the governor. This judge can change state law with his own pen!
In addition, poll workers in the state will be allowed to work in any county rather than just where they reside.
If state law says they can only be a pol worker in the county they reside, by what authority does the judge change state law to anyplace in the state?
Under current law, the deadline for returning an absentee ballot to have it counted is 8 p.m. on Election Day.
Law says absentee ballots have to be in and counted by 8pm election day. What did the judge change the law to?
A federal judge in Wisconsin has extended the deadline to submit an absentee ballot for the upcoming 2020 election to Nov. 9,
This is judicial activism in full force. NO judge has the authority or the right to change state law. Appeals court should smack this judge into last year when they strike his ruling!