WISCONSIN PENNSYLVANIA MICHIGAN Governors and State Supreme Courts Have No Authority to Veto or Change Election Rules Set by Legislatures

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Feb 24, 2021
Only state legislatures have authority for setting election rules for President of the United States. Governors have no authority to veto legislative decisions. There is no record in our law contrary to this, except the de facto practice of treating legislative decisions on election rules as bills that go through the same process as laws. Legislative decisions on election rules are final. Nothing but a United States Supreme Court ruling has authority to affect them.

This information needs to be brought to the attention of the GOP-led legislatures, which are watering down their positions on election reform, in unnecessary deference to Democrat Governors, because the legislatures do not know the Governors have no authority to veto Presidential election rules set by the legislatures.

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