My prediction is that the court will establish some kind of legal framework for the legitimate use of mail-in balloting that will protect the integrity of the election process but also allow for the accessibility that mail-in balloting provides.
Town clerks revealed that we have an election system that cannot reliably protect against fraudulent mail-in ballots, is run by officials who receive little to no training in how to detect fraudulent votes, and, when fraud or potential fraud is flagged, it is ignored by the Secretary of State’s office and the Attorney General’s office.
Will Senning admits fraudulent votes were counted in this election. We had instances of detected double voting in one person’s name and an admission that the fraudulent votes were not — indeed could not be — removed from the total vote count. How many?
Texas has filed an unprecedented motion with the U.S. Supreme Court, asking for leave to file a complaint against the states of Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin over the 2020 presidential election. The motion alleges that changes made in election rules in those states violated the Constitution.
Perhaps it was something in the air, but a day after the election I started to think, I wonder what the chances are of Vermont extending the mail-balloting initiative for 2020 indefinitely?
Gov. Phil Scott wants the Legislature to allow mail-in voting for Town Meeting, he said at his press conference Friday.
Even if news organizations declare a winner in the close presidential race, that’s not the official result. States have until Dec. 8 to settle any election disputes and certify their results before the meeting of state electors in every state Dec. 14, when they cast their Electoral College votes for president.
The 2020 election season has seen an unprecedented number of lawsuits as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and changing voting laws, which could ultimately sway the election’s outcome, according to experts.
While we all want to see higher voter turnout in the end, masses of people voting weeks before election day creates and exacerbates a number of problems with our election process.
Election and postal experts have warned Americans to stop voting by mail as delays continue to hamper the postal system one week before the election.
As the general election nears on Nov. 3, voters are sharing more stories about receiving ballots they shouldn’t have received — or not receiving ballots they were expecting.
Whether you wanted one or not, mail-in ballots were sent to every Vermonter on the state’s active voter checklist. Thanks to a tool on the secretary of state’s website, there’s a way to see if your ballot was voted and received at your local town clerk’s office.