Lawsuit alleges two-tiered voting system in Pennsylvania
The two-tiered system argument calls back to the winning argument in Bush v Gore, where in that case different counties had wildly different standards for vote counting rather than a single uniform standard statewide. This situation is somewhat different as mail-in ballots are inherently different from in person ballots, but they are also clearly being held to different standards. For example, in person ballots have to be voted by election day, while mail in ballots are allowed up to three days after election day even without postmarks; in person ballots have signature verification but mail in ballots do not.
It's unclear exactly what the remedy will be should the Trump campaign win, but a win does seem likely.
This entry was published Tue Nov 17 12:39:59 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger
and last updated 2020-11-17 12:39:59.0.