Pennsylvania Republicans Ask U.S. Supreme Court To Reverse Extended Deadline For Mail-In Ballots

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Per Breitbart, “Pennsylvania Republicans on Monday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to halt a state court ruling which extended its mail ballot deadline for November’s presidential election.”

The Hill reported

In their Monday filing, top officials from Pennsylvania’s GOP-held legislature asked the U.S. Supreme Court to pause the ruling while they formally appeal to the justices.

“In the middle of an ongoing election, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has altered the rules of the election and extended the 2020 General Election beyond the ‘Time’ established by the state legislature,” they wrote. “In doing so, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has violated federal law and the federal Constitution.”

Per Breitbart, “Earlier in September, Pennsylvania House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff (R) told Breitbart News Saturday that state Republicans would sue to block the ruling, saying the extension would create “opportunities for fraud” that could benefit Democrat White House nominee Joe Biden.”

Full article from Breitbart here.

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