Michigan, one day after Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court extended the deadline for mail-in ballots in that state by 3 days, is following suit by extending their deadline as well.
Michiganders will now have their ballots counted up to 14 days later, as long as they are postmarked by Nov. 2.
“This will likely mean thousands more ballots will count in a state decided by 10,000 votes in 2016,” The Guardian’s Sam Levine notes.
This is very significant and the second ruling this week in a key swing state extending the ballot receipt deadline. The Pennsylvania supreme court ruled yesterday that ballots in the state must count if they are postmarked by election day and arrive by Friday after.
— Sam Levine (@srl) September 18, 2020
We have been reporting on Globalist and Democrat plans to extend the election-results-tabulating for as long as possible in order to negotiate a package of structural reforms that are meant to ultimately degrade Constitutional norms.
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