SCOTUS Declining to Hear Case Challenging Indiana Mail-In Voting

Since the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case, it will drop back down the federal level.

Posted: Jun 24, 2021 10:54 AM
Updated: Jun 24, 2021 2:43 PM

The United States Supreme Court declined to hear a case challenging Indiana's mail-in voting restrictions.

The decision means the case will return to Federal Court which will decide the future of absentee voting in the Hoosier State.

Back in October of 2020, a panel of judges found Indiana's limits in state law do not violate the Constitutional rights of voters.

Plaintiffs argue Indiana's mail-in voter age restrictions of 65 and older infringe on those rights.

Indiana is one of eleven states that can define who can and cannot vote by mail.

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