According to the BBC, Weintraub said there was no need to delay the exercise, and called for more funding for states to run safe and secure elections. "It's a desperate attempt to distract attention from the worsening COVID-19 crisis and an imploding economy", said presidential historian David Cohen, a political science professor at the University of Akron.
Moreover, Gohmert, who has this week actively voted and engaged in congressional hearings, often wearing a bandanna, sparked several rank-and-file lawmakers and aids to quarantine and even attorney general William Bar to get tested. She added that as speaker she has the authority to direct the House sergeant-at-arms to refuse entry to members who refuse to wear a mask. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) tested positive for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus , also known as the novel coronavirus.
He claimed delays in mail-in results and lost ballots might mean the election victor isn't clear for weeks or months after the election. "It will be a great embarrassment to the US", the president intoned on Twitter . Chuck Grassley was especially blunt: "All I can say is, it doesn't matter what one individual in this country says". The government reported that the USA economy shrank at a dizzying 32.9 per cent annual rate in the April-June quarter, by far the worst quarterly plunge ever, as ...
While individual states control their own primaries, the date of the general election has been a matter of federal law since 1845 , and it would require an act of Congress to delay past the first Tuesday of November. During the presidential primary contests earlier this year, several states delayed voting or opened fewer polling sites. His reason was the controversial universal mail-in voting.
Herman, a cancer survivor, fought hard, but the family said it knew the time would come when God would carry him home. Cain had survived Stage 4 cancer roughly 14 years ago, but that history made him part of a high risk group for COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the virus.
Like other pilgrims who've spoken with The Associated Press, Yusuf said the pilgrimage has been "well-planned and well-organized" by the Saudi government, which has covered all expenses for travel, accommodation, meals and health care for pilgrims on this hajj.