Thursday, October 1, 2020

Federal Judges Rule in Favor of Mail-in-Voting in MT and AL

Two Federal Judges, on Wednesday Sept. 30th, Ruled in favor of Absentee and Mail-In Voting Plans in Montana and Alabama.

In the First Decision, U.S. District Judge, Dana Christensen, an Obama Appointee, Ruled that Montana Gov. Steve Bullock's (D) Plan to Allow the State's Counties to Mail Ballots to Every Voter can Proceed.

Trump's Re-Election Campaign and the Republican Party Sued over the Plan in Early September.

President Trump has frequently Claimed that Sending Mail-In Ballots not Request Forms, will give rise to Widespread Voter Fraud, contradicting Experts who say it is Not a meaningful source of Fraud. "The evidence suggests, however, that this allegation, specifically in Montana, is a fiction," Christensen wrote Wednesday..

"I'm pleased that today's decision will enable hundreds of thousands of Montanans to vote safely -- in person or by mail -- this coming election. Montanans can rest assured that our local election administrators will preserve the security and integrity of the election process." Bullock said in a Statement.

Bullock, Term-Limited, will be on the Ballot, Challenging Sen. Steve Daines (R).

In Alabama, U.S. District Judge, Abdul Kallon, an Obama Appointee, Blocked the State from Imposing Requirements for Absentee Voting such as, Notarized Signatures, which Plaintiffs have said will Increase the Risk of Coronavirus Transmission.

Alabama Attorney General, Steve Marshall (R), said he Planned to Appeal Kallon's Decision and that there was No Indication the Requirements had been a Major Barrier to Voting in the July Alabama Primary.

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