Ballots must be received by 8 pm Election Day in Minnesota


A Federal Appeals Court ruled that all ballots in Minnesota must be in by 8 pm Election Day in order to be counted. A good win for Donald Trump.

The Eighth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled that absentee ballots in Minnesota must be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day in order to be counted.

This means election workers will not be able to count ballots that are received after Election Day. Instead, they’ll be forced to set aside those ballots in case a court later allows them to count.

Unfortunately, that is not what is going on in North Carolina and Pennsylvania.




  1. A state that could be in play for Trump due to all the peaceful protests.

    @ Greg,

    Social media and comrade kommissar Ellison have used the historic pen and phone to delete the first amendment? Religion, Speech, Assembly, Petition, Press, aren’t needed in the fundamental transformation into the golden hybrid Cuba/Venezuela/Zimbabwe utopia.

  2. And our SCOTUS is fully On-Board with this, even the “great” Amy Coney Barrett. They have all used the decision of Jacobson v. Massachusetts to give complete and ultimate authority to “the States” and whatever they “deem” appropriate, because of….

    “….the duty of conserving the safety of its members the rights of the individual in respect of his liberty may at times, under the pressure of great dangers, be subjected to such restraint”

    This, all done WITHOUT any “scientific evidence”, only conjecture. There are mountains of examples of “this is allowed”, but something else is not, even though they bear the same circumstances. Halloween is cancelled, but handing out bags of “food” in a drive-up “is okay”. Until ALL these examples can be “scientifically” analyzed AND proven, they should be discarded.

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