The Trump campaign filed a lawsuit on Saturday, alleging that some voters were confused on election day and worried that their votes would not be counted if the voting tabulation machine classified their votes as excess votes. They are seeking a manual review of any ballots marked by the machine because the ballots claim that it may result in President Donald Trump receiving thousands of votes.
A state judge in Maricopa County, where Phoenix is located, held a six-hour testimony hearing on Thursday.
Cory Ranhoff, a lawyer for the Trump campaign, wrote: “Since yesterday’s hearing, there has been no need for a statewide ballot summary to make judicial decisions on presidential electors.” He said he did want the judge A ruling was made on their request to review the votes of the two low-vote contests.
Maricopa County’s lawyers and secretary of state filed documents last Friday stating that the vote difference between Biden and Trump was 1
They wrote that the latest vote counts as a “controversial” Trump campaign claim.
The Trump campaign initially sought a review of all votes, but on Thursday, Rankhov revised his request, telling the judge that he would only ask for the number of votes if the alleged number of votes exceeded the winning margin. Conduct a review.
Earlier, after Langhofer admitted that certain forms were “spam” rather than legitimate voters, the judge threw away the paper and electronic affidavits of Trump’s campaign collected from voters.
“Let me clarify,” Judge Daniel Keeley told Trump’s lawyers. “Your plea for witnesses produced some affidavits, and you clearly determined that they were false and spam, as you said?”
“What you can’t prove is the false information you submitted to the court?” The judge said, before approving the county’s request to exclude evidence.
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