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Absentee Ballots

The Seventh Circuit stayed an injunction that had required Indiana to count all absentee ballots received by Nov. 13, finding the state’s law requiring all ballots to be received by noon on Election Day is “rational.” The circuit court added that the Supreme Court “insists the federal judges not change electoral rules close to an election.”

CHICAGO — The Seventh Circuit stayed an injunction that had required Indiana to count all absentee ballots received by Nov. 13, finding the state’s law requiring all ballots be received by noon on Election Day is “rational.” The circuit court added that the Supreme Court “insists the federal judges not change electoral rules close to an election.”

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