Constitution Says Voting on One Day Yet Interpreted by Supreme Court Counted That Day But No Postage Date on Mail-Ins


The Supreme Court interpreted the Constitutional mandate to vote on the first Tuesday in November to allow that voting can happen earlier but all votes must be counted on that first Tuesday in November, yet the proposed universal mail-in ballots won’t have post marks, thus to allow ballots to keep trickling in for weeks, a recipe for fraud, while absentee balloting is reliable, has been for years.