Supreme Court Declines Emergency Injunction Request

Lawsuit still to be heard regarding constitutional integrity of voting changes.

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court denied a request for emergency injunctive relief in a lawsuit claiming changes to Pennsylvania’s vote-by-mail laws, motivated by the pandemic, were unconstitutional. The motion for injunctive relief would have stopped the certification of the vote in Pennsylvania while the legal challenge plays out.

The lawsuit, led by U.S. Representative Mike Kelly, congressional candidate Sean Parnell, and other Pennsylvania lawmakers, aims to challenge 2.5 million mail-in votes. The suit regarding the legality of the mail-in-ballots based on that state’s constitution is still to be heard by the high court.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • That the Supreme Court would have balanced judgment in their consideration of election lawsuits.
  • For State Representatives as they continue to seek justice.
  • That God would preserve the U.S. republic during this uncertain election aftermath.

Sources: AP, FreeBeacon, SCOTUSblog


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