Kelly v. Pennsylvania (Vote By Mail Certification)

Lawsuit brought by GOP candidates and voters seeking to prevent certification of election results that include mail-in ballots, or, in the alternative, to have the state General Assembly select Pennsylvania's electors. The Pennsylvania supreme court dismissed the case with prejudice "based upon [Plaintiffs]' failure to file their facial constitutional challenge in a timely manner." Plaintiffs appealed to SCOTUS, which further denied them the relief sought.

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"The application for injunctive relief presented to Justice Alito and by him referred to the Court is denied." - SCOTUS

"Petitioners' challenge violates the doctrine of laches given their complete failure to act with due diligence in commencing their facial constitutional challenge . . ." - Per Curiam PA Supreme Court Order

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Court Filings

Name Filed On Type Status
Complaint 11/21/20 Complaint Dismissed
Order 11/28/20 Order Filed
Appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court 12/01/20 Appeal Filed
Motion for Stay 12/02/20 Motion Denied
Order Denying Motion for Stay 12/03/20 Order Filed
Appellate Brief to SCOTUS 12/03/20 Appeal Denied
SCOTUS Order Denying Injunctive Relief 12/08/20 Order Filed