- Sep 27, 2012
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I said "change election laws" I didnt get into specifics. You are arguing with yourself over "mail in voting"Second sentenceIts not opinion. Some people are literate.
As I routinely tell another poster. Put up and we can discuss.
Just typing it...is your opinion only. And you know all about opinions.
A Michigan court has ruled that Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson broke the law by unilaterally changing rules on absentee ballots before […] Moretrendingpolitics.com
I'm sorry, this ruling was about ONE judge's opinion about a ruling of a SOS accepting signatures on those ballots. Not challenging the state constitutionality of mail in voting or the reasons the state did so.
Ultimately, this will probably be appealed.
And my by recollection, the Michigan legislature expanded that mail-in voting in a bipartisan fashion.
The Michigan legislature recently passed two bipartisan election laws and sent them to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) for her signature. Election officials initiated these…bipartisanpolicy.org
The Michigan Secretary of State thus usurped the constitutional role delegated to the state legislatures
Can you see it now?
Over ballot signatures. I see it. Has nothing to do with the constitutionality of mail-in voting.