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US court denies bid to force expanded Indiana mail-in voting

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US court denies bid to force expanded Indiana mail-in voting

US court denies bid to force expanded Indiana mail-in voting

A federal appeals court has rejected a lawsuit that aimed to make mail-in ballots available to all Indiana voters for this fall’s election because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Mail-in ballots for (all indiana voters because of the coronavirus pandemic.

On wednesday, a three-judge panel upheld a previous ruling.

They said state officials had foresight on how to allow mail-in ballots.

The state's mail-in voting limits allow people to vote by mail if they fall into certain categories.

That includes being 65 or older (or beng away from their home county on election day.

Happening tomorrow - vice president mike pence will visit the hoosier state.

He will cast




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