President Donald Trump and Republicans won a victory in one of the many election cases it has nationwide.
The case was brought against California Gov. Gavin Newsom who used the coronavirus pandemic to mail ballots to every California voter.
BizPac Review reported:
President Donald Trump, a fierce critic of universal mail-in balloting, sort of won a late, tacit victory Friday when a California judge voided an executive order that had permitted state officials to mail ballots to every resident in the Golden State.
In her ruling, Superior Court of Sutter County Judge Sarah Heckman slammed Gov. Gavin Newsom for having used the coronavirus pandemic to justify issuing the order.
Back in June, the governor exploited the California Emergency Services Act to sign an executive order that implemented universal mail-in balloting.
Two Republican lawmakers — California Assemblymembers James Gallagher and Kevin Kiley — promptly filed suit and won a