If that's true, then how the hell do you ever certify elections that take more than a couple weeks?Pa Constitution
§ 3. Terms of members.
Senators shall be elected for the term of four years and Representatives for the term of two years.I believe they chose the terms of office to begin on December 1st of the year of election. Which makes their last day November 30th.Yea even year increments, what day were they sworn in genius? lol
For what you're saying to be true the term would have to be 3 years 11 months, 1 year 11 months.
Get off the internet retard my god.
And even if the date is early, why would they not be reps anymore? There was never a replacement
These positions are never vacant.
By your own standards the PA election can't be certified and this is all irrelevant
They can't extend their terms, because their constitution specifies exactly how long their terms are. And once a term expires (take Trump/Pence as an example) even if no one is picked to replace them, they're still out.
IT doesn't make any sense
Who came up with this system? Why are you swearing in your reps a month early?
If what you're saying is true, then PA has no one to certify the electors and the election is pointless now.....? That can't be how this works
Some one in PA must have realized this was sooner or later going to happen as a swing state and they'd need more time.
If the date is December 1st and they can't certify elections after that.....Then the new republcians will? I guess once the non federal votes are sorted out.