U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether North Carolina will count mailed-in ballots after November 6

Article publisher: 
Geller Report
Article date: 
October 20, 2020
Article category: 
National News
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By Carolina Journal Staff, October 25, 2020, :
 
Raleigh, NC – The U.S. Supreme Court will decide soon whether N.C. election officials count absentee ballots received by mail between November 7 and November 12. Two sets of plaintiffs filed paperwork Sunday, Oct. 25, arguing for the high court to block those ballots from being counted.
 
The plaintiffs are seeking an emergency injunction to block counting of ballots received after Nov. 6, which is three days after Election Day. A 5 p.m. Nov. 6 deadline is set by state law....

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