US Elections: All Ballots Undecided by Midnight are Void and Preempted by Federal Law
November 22, 2020
Ren Jander, J.D. and legal analyst, revealed SCOTUS ruled in 1997 that all ballots received after midnight of Election Day are null and void.
Ren Jander, J.D. and legal analyst, revealed that SCOTUS – the Supreme Court of the United States – has already ruled in 1997 that all ballots received after midnight of Election Day are null and void.
Jander recently declared that U.S. people “were disenfranchised by the failure of States to follow federal law”. As Jander stated, “please understand that it emanates from a 9-0 decision of the United States Supreme Court, wherein the entire Court joined, not just the outcome, but also the opinion on this very point”.
“The voters vote. The officials count. These combined actions form “the election,” and the election must be decided on the day. States that failed to make a final selection of officeholder by midnight after Election Day have violated the statute, subjecting the nation at large to the very evils Congressionally mandated deadlines were drafted to prevent.”
“Federal Election Day statutes were designed to curtail fraud, and to infuse a prima facie sense of integrity in our electoral process. But these States – in failing to obey Congressional deadlines – have flagrantly attempted to preempt federal law. This is certainly prohibited, and this is why the late election results are void.”