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CNN, MSNBC made unprecedented decision to skip historic Amy Coney Barrett vote - Fox News
CNN, MSNBC made unprecedented decision to skip historic Amy Coney Barrett vote  Fox NewsAssociate Justice Amy Coney Barrett sworn in and greeted with a request to recuse herself in an election case  CNNDemocrats say Republicans will regret Barrett confirmation, slam 'manipulation' of Supreme Court  Fox NewsAmy Coney Barrett and the Republican Party's Supreme Court  The New York

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Michigan judge strikes down ban on open carry of guns at polling places on Election Day
A Michigan Court of Claims judge on Tuesday struck down Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson's directive that sought to ban the open carry of firearms at polling places on Election Day.

Yahoo NewsOct 27, 2020
Why critics find Kavanaugh's Wisconsin mail-in voting opinion 'sloppy'
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's critics are perplexed by his concurring opinion following the court's 5-3 ruling that Wisconsin can only count absentee ballots that arrive by Election Day, describing his reasoning as "sloppy."One of the accusations hurled at Kavanaugh is that he confused receipt and submission deadlines while making his point. The Wisconsin case involved extending the former in light of U.S. Postal Service slowdowns, but Kavanaugh's analogies appeared more congruent with the latter. This analogy makes no sense. The WI deadline is receipt deadline, not a submission deadline. The in-person voting equivalent is if someone showed up at their polling place before it officially closed but -- due to long lines -- didn't get to cast their ballot until after midnight. -- Tierney Sneed (@Tierney_Megan) October 27, 2020 Another analogy that makes no sense! The IRS April 15 deadline is a submission deadline, not a receipt deadline. -- Tierney Sneed (@Tierney_Megan) October 27, 2020Kavanaugh was also criticized for his stance that the deadline should remain intact so that the "apparent winner" on the morning after election night doesn't have their victory overturned by late-arriving ballots, which could spark allegations of a "rigged election." In response, observers argued that declaring an election winner on Nov. 3 isn't necessary and that it's reasonable for close races in states to remain uncalled. Still stuck on this Ka

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Gorsuch rejects appeal by Minnesota Republican to delay congressional election
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch on Tuesday rejected an appeal from a Republican congressional candidate in Minnesota to delay that election until February.

With Barrett seated, Republicans push for Supreme Court hearing of Pennsylvania voting case (CNN Top Stories)
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