Slightly inspired by this question, is there a limitation on the number of pardons a president could offer, such that it could sway the outcome of the next election?
微信公众号红包扫雷take for example, florida, typically a swing state, with an should every individual in the state be pardoned.
微信公众号红包扫雷florida was the determining factor in , so is there a reason that a sitting president wouldn't just pardon an entire prison population a week before an election, in order to influence the votes?
(assuming that pardoned individuals would feel indebted to vote for their pardoner.)
edit: because there seems to be some misconceptions, i understand it's not a good or practical idea. instead, what i'm asking is "is this possible?"