In the calm before the possible storm, it doesn't look like courts will decide the election


Less than two weeks before November 3, the cases still kicking around court are largely about which mail-in ballots will be counted if they arrive to officials late -- the same types of rules that are typically disputed before and even after an election, said Jonathan Diaz of the Campaign Legal Center, a voting access litigation group. "The average voter doesn't pay much attention, if any, to the vagaries of litigation," Diaz added.

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