Legislatures Should Act Against Election Misconduct

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Every day the federal government sends auditors into doctors’ offices across the U.S. to comb records for fraud—and innocent mistakes—that resulted in Medicare and Medicaid payments the government considers to be improper. Are honest elections any less important?

AAPS General Counsel Andrew Schalfly, Esq. urges government to act to remedy current misconduct that threatens the integrity of elections. He writes:

The Pennsylvania legislature can and should intervene

I emailed every Pennsylvania Republican member of the legislature about their authority to intervene.  It would be wonderful others could do the same!  Their full email list is at the end below.  Thank you.


Dear Legislators:

The voting in this presidential election has been tainted beyond repair.  Poll watching and transparency were blocked; improper ballot harvesting is evident from the severely imbalanced mail-in results; and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overstepped its authority by expanding mail-in voting.  Those who voted on Election Day in compliance with federal law have been disenfranchised by ballot-box stuffing by mail.

Accordingly, the Pennsylvania legislature should fulfill its duty under the U.S. Constitution, Art. II, Sec. 1: “Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors.” 

Last year an election board in North Carolina overturned a congressional election won by a Republican, based on an anecdote about ballot harvesting.  Where, as now, an election result is tainted and lacks the confidence of the American people, then the Constitution calls on the state legislature to act.  The governor has no role in this. 

Please step up and do what is best for our country, and honor the votes cast on Election Day rather than disenfranchising them by improperly voted and improperly counted mail-in ballots.  There needs to be a check-and-balance against election misconduct and the Constitution authorizes the statute legislature for this

As a legislature please select the Electors and end this crisis.  Let the other side litigate this issue to the U.S. Supreme Court if they like, which will enforce the Constitution as it was written in favor of your authority.   

When the Pennsylvania legislature leads on this issue, other states will follow. 

Thank you. Andy Schlafly, Esq.

PA GOP legislators, House and then Senate:

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