Republican policies are trash.
There is no reason to vote for any of them, including your WN/WS/forced-childbirth politicians.
Republican policies are trash.
Well let’s see what the constitution says.ap215 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 30, 2022 2:52 pm How the Supreme Court could radically reshape elections for president and Congress
The U.S. Supreme Court announced Thursday that it has agreed to hear a case next term that could upend election laws across the country with the potential endorsement of a fringe legal theory about how much power state legislatures have over the running of congressional and presidential elections.
The case, called Moore v. Harper, is centered on newly drawn maps of voting districts for North Carolina's 14 seats in the next U.S. House of Representatives.
https://www.npr.org/2022/06/30/11076487 ... ure-theory
Except Congress can change state laws regarding elections so state legislatures do not have unlimited power.Bludogdem wrote: ↑Thu Jun 30, 2022 8:56 pm Well let’s see what the constitution says.
“ Article I Legislative Branch
Section 4 Congress
Clause 1 Elections Clause
The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations, except as to the Places of chusing Senators.”
Rather straightforward. The constitution states unequivocally that the state legislature has that power. Not the state constitution, not the state judiciary. Designated by the constitution direct to the state legislature. Now the state legislature is confined to follow federal election laws. But since there is no federal law on districting for congressional legislators the answer is pretty obvious.
So a 6-3 result with an opinion that can write itself.
Yeah, the future is worse than most realize.ap215 wrote: ↑Mon Jul 04, 2022 12:18 pm Looks like your warning flags on Election 2022 with The GOP hold true Lib you're right.
Crystal Ball 2022 House ratings
538 - Republicans are favored to win the House
https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/20 ... ast/house/
The Hartmann thing will happen, count on it.ap215 wrote: ↑Sun Jul 03, 2022 3:03 pm The Hartmann Report - The Nightmare Scenario SCOTUS is Plotting For the 2024 Election Takeover
Six Republicans on the Supreme Court just announced — a story that has largely flown under the nation’s political radar — that they’ll consider pre-rigging the presidential election of 2024.
Here’s how one aspect of it could work out, if they go along with the GOP’s arguments that will be before the Court this October:
https://hartmannreport.com/p/the-nightm ... -scotus-is
But it's okay for Republican candidates to issue death threats, right?Glennfs wrote: ↑Thu Jul 07, 2022 7:39 am The Republican candidates for US Senate in swing states are so weak that I wouldn't be surprised to see the democratic party pick up a seat or two.
Dr Oz and Herschel Walker are pretty weak candidates.
Thankfully the guy running for the democratic party in Wisconsin chose to badmouth America on July 4th. Hopefully that will cost him that election
But it's okay for Republican candidates to issue death threats, right? Would you call this a weak candidate?
They are of course legal in every way, you rightwingers just make shit up....Bye Bye America! Dont EVER talk to me EVER, you are ENEMIESBREAKING: Wisconsin Supreme Court rules that ballot drop boxes are NOT authorized under the state’s current election laws and prohibits their use. Voters will be required to mail or return completed absentee ballots in person to designated officials.
Common knowledge he is even dumber than trump, which I thought was impossible. All cons INCLUDING those here will vote for him or would if they could. Voting for him is an act of UNpatriotism.Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker Are Neck-and-Neck in New Georgia Poll
If this is to prevent what traitor tried to do, good. But when the SC gives red states the power to deny elections, it wont matter much.ap215 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 20, 2022 5:20 pm Senators unveil bipartisan legislation to reform counting of electors
A bipartisan group of 16 senators introduced legislation on Wednesday to reform and modernize the Electoral Count Act of 1887, including by clarifying the role of the vice president in certifying presidential elections.
Why it matters: The bill, if passed by the House and Senate, would mark the first major legislative response to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack and the events that it preceded it.
https://www.axios.com/2022/07/20/electo ... bipartisan
Elections officials from across the country meeting under heightened security were urged Tuesday to prepare for supply chain issues that could lead to shortages in paper used for everything from ballots to “I voted” stickers for years to come.
The summer meeting of the National Association of State Election Directors brought together nearly 200 people, including elections directors from 33 states, experts in election security, interest groups that work with elections, vendors and others......
Shortages of honest people counting the votes in GOP controlled districts and states.Motor City wrote: ↑Wed Jul 20, 2022 6:10 pm Elections officials urged to prepare for shortages, delays