LIVE UPDATES: Nevada GOP may appeal after judge dismisses election lawsuit


The Nevada Republican Party announced on Friday that it plans to appeal after a state judge dismissed a lawsuit alleging fraud in the Nov. 3 presidential election.

Judge James Todd Russell in Carson City denied efforts to overturn the results, citing a lack of evidence.

“Contestants did not prove … that they cast and counted illegal votes that should have been rejected during the signature verification process, or counted legal votes that should have been accepted” in a number that would have shaken the result – He told. decision.

Quick facts

    • Judge James Todd Russell dismissed the lawsuit in Carson City for lack of evidence.
    • Trump’s campaign attorney, Jesse Binnall, has filed allegations of voter fraud, with an alleged 42,284 votes counted twice; roughly 20,000 voters were found to have voted without a mail address in Nevada; 2468 voters changed their address to another state; it is said that 1506 votes were cast by deceased persons.

    Judge James Todd Russell dismissed the lawsuit in Carson City for lack of evidence.

    Trump’s campaign attorney, Jesse Binnall, has filed allegations of voter fraud, with an alleged 42,284 votes counted twice; roughly 20,000 voters were found to have voted without a mail address in Nevada; 2468 voters changed their address to another state; it is said that 1506 votes were cast by deceased persons.

Jesse Binnall, a lawyer for the Trump 2020 campaign, presented allegations of voter fraud, claiming that 42,284 votes were counted twice; roughly 20,000 voters were found to have voted without a mail address in Nevada; 2468 voters changed their address to another state; it is said that 1506 votes were cast by deceased persons.

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