Judge: Republicans Will Likely Win Pennsylvania Election Lawsuit

The judge who ordered Penn­syl­va­nia to not cer­ti­fy the results of the 2020 elec­tion wrote in an opin­ion on Fri­day that the Repub­li­cans who filed the relat­ed law­suit will like­ly win the case.

Penn­syl­va­nia Com­mon­wealth Judge Patri­cia McCul­lough made the assess­ment as part of an opin­ion explain­ing her ratio­nale for block­ing Pennsylvania’s elec­tion certification.

A group of Repub­li­can law­mak­ers and can­di­dates sued the Key­stone State ear­li­er this week, argu­ing that the state legislature’s mail-in vot­ing law—Act 77—violated the commonwealth’s constitution.

“Peti­tion­ers appear to have estab­lished a like­li­hood to suc­ceed on the mer­its because peti­tion­ers have assert­ed the Con­sti­tu­tion does not pro­vide a mech­a­nism for the leg­is­la­ture to allow for expan­sion of absen­tee vot­ing with­out a con­sti­tu­tion­al amend­ment,” McCul­lough wrote.

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