Supreme Court Won’t Consider Challenge to Biden’s Order on Elections Until Sept. 30

Executive Order directs federal agencies to use government funding and resources for voter registration drives and get-out-the-vote activities.

The Supreme Court announced on June 12 that it will not consider whether to take up a Republican challenge to President Joe Biden’s controversial executive order that escalates government involvement in the voter registration and voter mobilization process until Sept. 30.

The presidential and congressional elections are scheduled for Nov. 5, so the Supreme Court will probably not take any action in time to affect the elections.

State lawmakers in Pennsylvania previously filed a petition for certiorari, or review, before judgment, in Keefer v. Biden.

Petitions before judgment are rarely granted by the Court.

An appeal of an unfavorable ruling by a federal district court is currently pending before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit.

At least four of the nine justices must vote to grant a petition for it to advance to the oral argument stage at the Supreme Court.

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This is a developing story. This article will be updated.

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