U.S. Supreme Court to Review Arizona “Ballot Harvesting” Law
It’s like I’ve been telling you, the Supreme Court will be tasked to insure the fidelity and integrity of the election.
“Ballot harvesting” (allowing political operatives and others to collect voters’ ballots and turn them in en masse to polling stations) is ripe for fraud and interference, and has drawn bipartisan concerns of fraud from election watchers.
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We are pleased SCOTUS will hear our case regarding AZ's restrictions on ballot harvesting and out-of-precinct voting. There is no higher priority for public officials than to maintain the integrity of elections.
— Mark Brnovich (@GeneralBrnovich) October 2, 2020
U.S. Supreme Court to review AZ “Ballot Harvesting” law
By: The Associated Press, Oct 02, 2020:
PHOENIX — The Supreme Court said Friday it will review a 2016 Arizona law that bars anyone but a family member or caregiver from returning another person’s early ballot.
The law itself, however, remains in effect through the presidential election and until the justices rule.
A federal appeals court ruled in January that Arizona’s law banning so-called “ballot harvesting” violates the Voting Rights Act and the Constitution, but the court put its ruling on hold while the Supreme Court was asked to take the case.
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller