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The Mess Congress Could Make
The Bush v. Gore fight has become the template of a disputed election, but many of the worst-case scenarios could end up before Congress, not the Court.In the current anxiety over the possibility of a disputed election, attention has focused most on the battle that could rage in America’s courts to count the votes. But Al Gore’s acceptance of the Supreme Court’s judgment in 2000 has obscured a more likely venue for that fight: Congress.
Selena Gomez is determined to make her 'vote count' after admitting that this is her first time she is participating in an American election. The Wolves performer encouraged her fans to go to the polls ahead of the November 3 election and during her appearance in the Voting Power Hour event, which was streamed, she insisted she did " not ashamed to say ”that this will be his first time.
“I confess that I never had the impression that my vote counts. But every vote counts. Some people go into their heads, "Oh, what the hell is that going on?" So that's what I'm doing right now. You can see it on my social media and everything, I'm super invested in this area right now. It's good. I'm hopeful, "she said.
Last week, Selena Gomez shared a photo on Instagram after voting, writing in caption: “I just filled out my ballot!” She also called actor Timothée Chalamet via Instagram over the weekend as he stood in line at Madison Square Garden in New York City to vote. is really moving to see so many people coming here. You get the impression that people are really motivated, "the actor said, pointing to the queue.
Here's How Many Americans Have Already Voted in Arizona, Florida and 6 Other Swing States .
More than 75 million voters in the U.S. have already cast their ballots either by mailing in their ballots or voting early in person.Many voters have opted to vote early, either by using mail-in ballots or voting in-person at local polling locations. President Donald Trump has decried mail-in voting as a vehicle for potential election fraud, expressing concerns that a final tally of the votes may not be released until days after the election.