Why oh why when assumptions are proved wrong can people simply not acknowledge their errors?
Why must they double down?
Election Day is the 3rd, not the 2nd. Assumption 1 wrong.
The judge was acting in accordance with a law passed by Congress (a law passed, btw, because states were passing laws that actively suppressed black votes). Assumption 2 wrong.
Why can’t people just state an error once and move on to the point of the op? What good does it do for every poster to harp on the same trivial thing? Why do some people never mature beyond a grade school mentality?
So requiring the absentee votes (aka mailed votes) to be in and counted by election day abridges rights to vote how again? It’s like showing up to a polling location 5 days late and expecting them to let you vote.
The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations,
Sorry, its left to the states and congress. Not arbitrary ruliongs by a judge.
What do you mean? If the law saays receved and counted by end of day on election day – wht do you need to worry about postmark? Given six extra days, then they have to start watching the posgtmark and making sure there is one.