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Mike Kelly (R-PA) files suit to stop PA from certifying postal ballots so the GOP can swap electors

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Arguing against his own law, Rep. Mike Kelly throws another nuisance suit at the Federal court system. Act 77 legalizing mail-in voting was voted in by the GOP house and senate in PA. Because bait needs to be switched by one-party rule.

Republican lawmakers, led by Rep. Mike Kelly, have filed suit asking a PA court to declare the entire mail-in voting system unconstitutional. It explicitly suggests a convenient option: that the General Assembly choose the state’s electors.



“In his filing before Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court…Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly argued that the 2019 law, passed by the state’s GOP-controlled legislature, which created no-excuse mail voting…was unconstitutional.”





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