Last month, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that the state’s use of drop boxes and ballot harvesting in 2020 violated state law. This ruling upheld the rule of law in elections.
J. Christian Adams, President of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, joined Newsmax to discuss this win for election integrity and the rule of law.
Unfortunately, Wisconsin is not the only state to violate its own election laws. There is an alarming trend of state’s suspending election laws and violating their own constitutions.
Last month, Delaware Gov. John Carney signed a law allowing mail-in voting and same day registration. Delaware’s Constitution doesn’t allow an unsupervised election or same day registration. We filed a lawsuit against the newly passed law. This is our second case to enforce the rule of law in Delaware elections.
Basic election integrity requires that election officials uphold state election laws. Elections need to be conducted by the book, so the American people can trust the results.