Since I posted yesterday about the 6th Circuit’s ruling instructing Ohio’s SoS to validate voter registrations, it’s only fair that I post about the Supreme Court overturning that ruling. I guess the 200,000 voter registrations in Ohio that don’t match records in either the drivers license system or social security system will get to vote. Many comments yesterday said we should ignore the 6th Circuit’s ruling since we’re a VRA state, and I’m sure they’ll say the same thing today. Nevertheless I think this is a bad deal for Ohio and Georgia.
UPDATE: Here’s the ruling. It appears to my non-lawyer eyes that the Supremes said the Federal Courts couldn’t issue a temporary restraining order.