Trump campaign loses challenge to NJ's new election rules

Пятница, 09 Окт, 2020

Military personnel and Americans living overseas have voted by mail with great success for years. According to a poll conducted on August 31 by the Washington Post/University of Maryland, 57% of the country feels Trump has criticized mail-in voting to try and stop people from voting against him.

Election Day is in four weeks, though almost 322,000 people in New Jersey - more than 5% of the state's registered voters - had already returned mail-in ballots as of Monday, according to the U.S. Elections Project.

"Every voter who recieved an incorrect ballot will recieve a correct ballot as soon as possible", election board director Ed Leonard said at a Thursday press conference.

Both county officials expressed confidence in the safeguards in the voting system to ensure that one voter gets one vote and all legitimate ballots are counted. This is a voting model that has been honed over the years and that voters have come to embrace. In South Carolina, Democrats argued that the witness requirement was unnecessary and burdensome, especially during a pandemic. The Rutgers Center for Youth Political Participation has created a video to help voters complete their ballot correctly.

"The court must not only consider the public's interest in the election, but also the public's interest in the crisis the precipitated New Jersey's new election regulations: the COVID-19 pandemic", Shipp wrote.

Routt County will begin mailing out 2020 general election ballots on Friday, and eligible registered voters should expect to receive them early next week.

A record 72 percent of California ballots were cast by mail in the March primary, so election officials are used to the process.

A federal appeals court upheld the extension September 29. "Everyone wants their vote to count", said Edmund Michalowski, deputy clerk of elections in suburban Cook County. "Here, the risk is not just voters remaining away from the polls, but also voters traveling to the polls. We are already having it", Patel said.

Lamone that the state has received 1.2 million applications for mail-in ballots, and 800,000 packets have been mailed out. USPS then has 3 days to get your ballot to the county election office, as the deadline is 5 pm November 6, 2020.

There have been many controversial comments made regarding mail-in ballots. County elections spokesman Mike Sanchez said every affected voter has already been mailed a corrected ballot. You can drop it off at any drop box around the county, put it in your mailbox, or you can vote in-person at any of the five King County voting centers.

Claims of widespread voter fraud in mail-in voting have been unfounded, local officials said.

Two voters fill out ballots at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections as early voting began in Ohio
Two voters fill out ballots at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections as early voting began in Ohio

Voters should check with their county to see what the specifics are for voting in person.

Counties need guidance they can rely on, Schmitt said.

There are many historical examples of an election period as opposed to an election day.

The number one reason is that they're sent back too late.

Snafus occur during every election, but experts say there should be adequate time between now and the close of polls on November 3 to resolve them. Some states, like Washington and Utah, vote almost exclusively by mail.

"They're strategically located. No less than 2,000 square feet in the majority of these locations to allow for physical distancing", Vu said.

How such cases are decided could prove crucial after the election, when potential legal challenges to the outcome might end up before the Supreme Court.

Though, Trump will be voting absentee in the 2020 presidential election.

Please go in and fix the issue so your vote can count.

Justin Levitt of Loyola Law School is more optimistic such an outcome can be avoided.

Q: How do I know who and what will be on the ballot on Election Day?