Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Federal Judge Orders USPS to Rush Delivery of Mail Ballots

A Federal Judge in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday Nov. 3rd, Ordered the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to Sweep Facilities for Remaining Mail Ballots and Rush their Delivery, so they Arrive Today.

U.S. District Judge, Emmet Sullivan, who has Presided over Several Lawsuits aimed at Postal Service Election Mail Delays, gave the Postal Service until 3 p.m. to "ensure that no ballots have been held up" in Regions that have been Slow to Process Mail Ballots.

The Order applies to Areas within the Battleground States of: Arizona; Florida; Georgia; Michigan; and Pennsylvania.

With the exception of Pennsylvania and Texas, each of those States Requires that Mail Ballots be Received by the Close of Polls on Election Day, meaning late-arriving Bballots would Not be Counted.

Pennsylvania’s Nov. 6th Mail Ballot Due Date is also Subject to Change, after Three Conservative Supreme Court Justices, last week, held Open the possibility of taking up a GOP Appeal after Election Day, that if successful, would Invalidate any Ballots arriving after Nov. 3rd.

Texas will accept Mail Ballots Postmarked by Election Day and received by 5 p.m. the Following Day.

This Year's Elections could be the Most Highly Litigated Election in U.S. History enters its Final Stage, Counting the Votes.

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