GAME CHANGER! 11 Lawmakers Sue MI Secretary of State and MI Director of Elections in Fed Court for Violating Constitution to Change Election Laws
Patty McMurray : Sep 29, 2023
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"The United States Constitution, the supreme law of the land, contains limited, but critical, election regulations. We also have procedures in place at the state level to amend election law. However, these processes were violated in 2018 and 2022 when an alternative amendment process was used without regard to federal constitutional requirements..." -Michigan State Senator Jonathan Lindsey
[TheGatewayPundit.com] The lawsuit claims the 2018 and 2022 state constitutional amendments regulating the times, places, and manner of federal elections are legally null and void. (Image: Pixabay)
The US Constitution, Article I, Section 4 (the Elections Clause), requires the state legislature to regulate the times, places, and manner of federal elections. However, Michigan's constitutional amendments (Proposal 3 of 2018 and Proposal 2 of 2022) bypassed the state legislature and, in doing so, usurped the legislature's federally mandated constitutional authority.
These state constitutional amendments included provisions that allow voters to sign affidavits instead of presenting valid identification when voting in person or applying for an absentee ballot; nine days of early voting; private funding of election administration; no-excuse absentee voting procedures; same-day voter registrations; state-funded absentee ballot drop boxes... Subscribe for free to Breaking Christian News here
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