Elections
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Little traction for election fraud lawsuits

Elections | The Trump campaign hasn’t proven widespread voter fraud, but states can fix problems that came to light during the 2020 election
by Harvest Prude
Posted 12/12/20, 03:47 pm

On Friday evening, the United States Supreme Court rejected Texas’ unprecedented bid to stop four states from casting Electoral College votes, saying Texas had no legal standing to do so.

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Supreme Court rejects last-minute election plea

by Lynde Langdon
Posted 12/11/20, 07:42 pm

The nation’s highest court told Texas it did not have legal standing to challenge election procedures in four states where Joe Biden got more votes than President Donald Trump. At least 18 other states supported the lawsuit claiming Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin made unconstitutional changes to voting procedures that undermined the integrity of the presidential election.

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More states back Texas election lawsuit

by Lynde Langdon
Posted 12/09/20, 06:12 pm

President Donald Trump and attorneys for 17 U.S. states filed briefs with the Supreme Court supporting Texas’ bid to keep Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin out of the upcoming Electoral College vote. The lawsuit accuses officials in those states, all of which have certified Joe Biden as winner, of making unconstitutional changes to voting procedures and undermining the integrity of the presidential election.

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