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Eric Dierker says
I think both of these are detrimental to the watered down voting process. The Supreme Court doesn't make good decisions, especially the simple majority. A valid decision cannot be made by a vote of 1. The other jurists are just a qualified
The Constitution gave the states the rights to determine Electors and most issues with voting. The Founding Fathers also initially purposely left off protections for certain people to vote, some of which were reversed with later amendments
How does that help us today? We have over two dozens amendments, maybe we need more because the current process isn't working.
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