Are you hoping for a clear-cut obvious winner in the 2020 presidential election in November?
This election is likely to be fraught with significant court battles, some of which will have expedited appeals all the way to the United States Supreme Court.
Why would that happen? Let us count the ways.
- Some states may accept ballots that they should not accept
- Other states may not accept ballots that they should have accepted
- There could be instances of fraud
- There may be times with the vote tallies are so close that there are mandatory recounts
Will it matter if there is a new Supreme Court justice member who is sworn in before election day? Yes it could matter quite a lot.
If or when Amy Coney Barrett gets approved as the newest justice on the Supreme Court, you are going to see the the new Supreme Court will have a majority of conservative members.
What does that matter?
A conservative majority on the Supreme Court could mean that election issues and disputes are ruled in favor of conservative matters that tend to be Republican in nature, which means that Donald Trump and his party may win these cases. That could mean another four years of Donald Trump as the President of the United States of America.
This election is more important than ever before. Make sure you take the time to vote and be a part of the process of deciding the future of America.