Lawmakers, Election Chiefs Ask SCOTUS To Stop ‘Bidenbucks’

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President Joe Biden has no authority to order federal agencies to run a voter registration campaign assisted by leftist third-party organizations, argue members of Congress and top state elections officials filed in support of a lawsuit looking to shut down “Bidenbucks.”

Eleven Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives and nine state secretaries of state have submitted amicus briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court arguing that Biden’s Executive Order 14019 is unconstitutional for many reasons.

“Allowing the executive branch and its political appointees to operate a ‘get out the vote’ program on the national level and with the assistance of federal authority and funding threatens to convert the White House into a partisan political campaign headquarters,” asserts the court filing from the House members, including seven representatives from Pennsylvania.

‘No Such Authority is Granted’

The high court is considering taking up the appeal of 27 Pennsylvania state lawmakers who …

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