Sunday, December 6, 2020

Georgia reach: Latest Trump Suit Seeks Peach State Do-Over; Pres Trump Urges Kemp to Verify Signatures on Georgia's Mail-in Ballots, and related stories

Georgia reach: Latest Trump suit seeks Peach State do-over:
As President Trump’s post-election lawsuits continue to fizzle out, the campaign filed one in Georgia that alleges illegal votes and calls for a new election.
The 64-page civil action was filed Friday afternoon in Fulton County Superior Court and listed more than 20 election-related officials, including Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, as respondents. The vote “was not conducted in accordance with the Election Code and ... the named Respondents deviated significantly and substantially from the Election Code," it claimed.
The lawyers requested that certification of the election "be enjoined, vacated, and nullified and either a new presidential election be immediately ordered that complies with Georgia law or, in the alternative, that such other just and equitable relief is obtained so as to comport with the" state’s constitution.
The lawyers said there was “systemic misconduct, fraud, and other irregularities” during Georgia’s election and that thousands of illegal votes were included in the certified results of the matchup. The results have President-elect Joe Biden besting Trump by a thin margin of 11,769 votes — or by just about 0.2%. A statewide hand recount of the more than 5 million ballots cast reaffirmed Biden’s lead, with Raffensperger saying that the recount made “not a thimble full of difference.” --->READ MORE HERE
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Trump urges Kemp to verify signatures on Georgia's mail-in ballots:
President Trump called on Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Saturday to allow verification of voters’ signatures on mail-in ballots, saying it will show “large-scale discrepancies.”
“I will easily & quickly win Georgia if Governor @BrianKempGA or the Secretary of State permit a simple signature verification,” Mr. Trump tweeted. “Has not been done and will show large scale discrepancies. Why are these two ‘Republicans’ saying no? If we win Georgia, everything else falls in place!”
His comment came hours before the president holds a rally in Valdosta, Georgia, for Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler. Both are facing runoff elections on Jan. 5 to hold onto their seats and keep the GOP majority in the Senate. --->READ MORE HERE
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