Cynthia McKinney: It Ain’t Over — Court Update

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1. Establishment Republicans never supported Trump, anyway—including the ones who tolerated him as President

2. Neither Trump nor Ronna Romney McDaneil ever “Trumpified” the Republican Party, making defections easier for the Dems to now cull from the Repubs.

Where We Stand on Court Cases State by State Today:

WISCONSIN

U.S. District Court, Eastern District: In Feehan v. Wisconsin Elections Commission, former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell is alleging fraud with voting machines. Status: Active

U.S. District Court, Eastern District: In Trump v. Wisconsin Elections Commission, the Trump campaign claims that state election officials made ballots and drop boxes available in a manner not allowed by the state legislature. Status: Active

ARIZONA

U.S. District Court: In Bowyer v. Ducey, involves Texas lawyer Sidney Powell and alleges “massive election fraud” involving Dominion voting systems. These claims are similar to those in other lawsuits. Status: Active

Arizona Superior Court: In Burk v. Ducey, the plaintifs claim illegal ballots were counted in the vote totals, while attacking the use of Dominion voting machines. Status: Active

PENNSYLVANIA

U.S. Supreme Court: In Republican Party of Pennsylvania v. Boockvar, Republicans challenged the extended mail-in ballot deadline. Status: Active

3rd Circuit Court of Appeals: In Trump v. Boockvar, the campaign is arguing that different provisional ballot practices violate equal protection. Status: Active

Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania: Metcalfe v. Wolf, repeats claims of voter fraud, alleging that thousands of illegal ballots were cast and that drop boxes for ballots were improperly allowed. Status: Active

NEVADA

Clark County District Court: In Becker v. Gloria, April Becker, a state Senate candidate, challenged the use of automated systems to match mail-in ballot signatures and the mailing of ballots to all registered voters. Status: Active

Clark County District Court: In Marchant v. Gloria, Jim Marchant, a congressional candidate, challenged the use of automated systems for signature-matching and for mailing ballots to all registered voters. Status: Active

Clark County District Court: In Rodimer v. Gloria, Daniel Rodimer, a state legislative candidate, challenged the use of automated systems for signature-matching and mailing ballots to all registered voters. Status: Active

GEORGIA

Fulton County Superior Court: In Trump v. Raffensperger, the Trump campaign and a Trump elector claim thousand of ballots were cast by ineligible voters. Status: Active

MINNESOTA

Minnesota District Court, 2nd Judicial District: In Quist v. Simon, the plaintiffs claim the secretary of state created procedural changes that made the ballot counting process “overly broad, arbitrary, disparate and ad hoc.” Status: Active

Minnesota District Court, 2nd Judicial District: In Jensen v. Simon, the plaintiffs seek to contest election results under the claim that invalid votes were counted. Status: Active

Updated today from 10 December article.

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