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Federal Lawsuit Seeks to Overturn Election of Ossoff and Warnock

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An Evans man is seeking to have the election of Georgia Senators John Ossoff and Raphael Warnock overturned.

Brian D. Swanson says the two senators were elected unconstitutionally. His complaint alleges that Georgia violated two articles of the Constitution.

The first constitutional provision...

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  1. Good luck! This would be great, if it weren’t great folly. When three forths of the states ratify an ammendment it becomes part of the Constitution, the “Law of the Land”. Those states that refused to ratify lost their case. And as to the argument concerning “equal suffrage in the Senate:
    “”…no State, without its consent, shall be deprived of its equal Suffrage in the Senate.” So every state will have the same number of Senators, no matter how many members of Congress or other states want to change that part of our system (unless a state agrees to accept a smaller number of Senators).”
    The above is quoted from http://www.constitutioncenter.org.
    It appears to me that the Plaintiff will have a tough time trying to change the meaning of the text in the law.

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