2020 Election - In Court


Now that election is over, the battle has just begun. Yes, the ballots have been cast. But the counting? That's a different story, as is their legitimacy with questions abound after the U.S. set a new record with mail-in voting. So what happens next? As the late Tom Petty once said, the waiting is the hardest part! Jared Woodfill of the Republican Conservatives of Texas told KTRH that as much as we want to know who won, we have to get it right " It's very important that we maintain the sanctity of voting in Texas, and across the country. If you can't trust what's happening at the ballot box, it results in complete anarchy for a society". And that doesn't even include the rioting and looting! But if the 2020 election does end up in court, KTRH legal analyst Chris Tritico says "The future of the country depends on it's freedom of elections, and not the court choosing a president. But we made it through this before when Bush vs. Gore happened in 2000, and if it ends up in the courts I suspect we'll make it again". That would be the new 6-3 Supreme Court.


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