No, the evidence is not being presented to the legislatures and even if it was it would be completely useless. Courts are the place for presentation of evidence (as we've seen Trumpites repeatedly try to do and fail). They're now trying to convince small sympathetic parts of some few legislatures (note: not legislatures as a whole) because they know that legislators are neither skilled nor qualified in judging evidence the way judges are.The evidence is being presented to the legislatures which are far better equipped to appreciate the nature and significance of the evidence, every member of which, has personally participated in elections.
Yet plenty of courts have acted in plenty of time on over 40 of these complaints. Virtually all went against Trump, which is why (of course) they are now trying another, lower, bar.Further courts are optimized for procedural justice not time.
You must be joking. When have they ever done so?Legislatures by contrast can act with dispatch.
That must the most ridiculous thing anybody has ever posted. You honestly think that members of legislatures - who openly represent political parties - are more likely to "expunge their own political bias" than judges? Seriously?Furthermore, courts are ill equipped to expunge their own political bias, whereas legislatures will answer again to the people in the next election cycle.
And the legislators have exercised that responsibility and chosen the electors.And finally and most importantly the Constitution, places this responsibility of selecting the elector in the hands of the legislators.
No, they can't see that. Some Republicans imagine/pretend they can see that as an excuse to trying to subvert the will of the people.So in Pennsylvanian for example, the legislature can observe that the executive officers violated all the election laws they were obliged to follow, and by reason of that violation they can reclaim their constitutional authority forthwith.