More election malarky – Judicial update

The Supreme Court of the United States is stepping away from appeals regarding the election process of the US, state by state.


Supreme Court Denies Bid to Expand No-Excuse Mail-In Ballots in Texas

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear a legal challenge to a Texas law that requires voters under the age of 65 to provide justification to vote by mail, meaning that the Democrat-aligned attempt to sharply expand “no-excuse” mail-in ballots in the Lone Star state has failed, with implications for other states.

According to an April 22 order list, the high court denied petition for a writ of cetriorari in a case that stems from a federal lawsuit filed in 2020 on behalf of the Texas Democratic Party and several voters who requested that Texas lift its age-based limitations on no-excuse mail-in voting.


The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to consider a request by Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kari Lake to ban the use of electronic vote-counting machines in Arizona.


A Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a GOP Pennsylvania requirements for mail-in ballots. The U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals made a decision that could have an impact on the swing state of Pennsylvania, as well as other swing states on Wednesday, a huge victory for Republicans seeking voter integrity.

The court overturned the order of a federal district court and ruled in favor of the Republican National Committee (RNC) regarding signature verification for mail-in voting in the “crucial” state of Pennsylvania.

In order for for a mail-in ballot to count, the date on the outside envelope must be handwritten and accurately dated. The appeals court’s decision clearly distinguishes voter eligibility from the procedural aspects of casting a ballot. By endorsing the date requirement, the court acknowledges the role such measures play in maintaining a transparent and secure voting process.


Georgia’s Gabe Sterling who was involved in the certification of the stolen 2020 Election claimed that there were no issues with the Georgia election results. This was false and is false. Even Governor Kemp agreed that there were issues with the 2020 Election.


Hawaii’s state Democratic Party “failed to meet its burden of proof” to boot Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s newly formed “We the People Party” from the ballot, according to an order from the Office of Elections late Friday.

The challenge, filed by the state party’s chair didn’t even have legal representation.

“I’m going to ask you to bear with me. I’m not an attorney. I’m just a mom with a lot of kids, and I’m doing this because I want to make their future a little bit brighter,” Kim Haines, the chair of Kennedy’s party in Hawaii, said during a hearing.