Pennsylvania should only be allowed to certify the result if the state doesn’t count potentially hundreds of thousands of mail-in or absentee ballots where Republicans were allegedly prevented from observing the canvassing process, the campaign said in a federal lawsuit filed Monday evening.
The suit is the latest effort by Trump’s campaign and national Republicans to cast doubt on the outcome of an election in which his Democratic challenger
Even so, Trump’s campaign observers claim in the lawsuit that they weren’t given sufficient access to the ballot counting process as required under Pennsylvania law, particularly in Philadelphia, while several counties are accused of improperly allowing voters to fix errors with their ballots.
“This is the latest meritless lawsuit to challenge Pennsylvania’s election, which was overseen by bipartisan election officials and was lawful, fair and secure,” Pennsylvania Attorney General
(Corrects number of ballots at issue in second paragraph.)
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