The Republican Party in Nevada claims there was considerable voter fraud in the recent election motivating the GOP to try to stop Nevada’s six democratic electors from voting for President-elect Joe Biden. Biden won Nevada’s majority of voters.
Judge James Russell denied there was any convincing proof that he should declare President Trump the winner in the recent election. And if there was any fraudulent voting, which they didn’t find, the voting margin for Biden well outdistanced the voting for President Trump.
The Republicans’ appeal is expected to get fast-tracked at the Nevada Supreme Court and a ruling could come before the Electoral College finalizes nationwide results in about 10 days. Biden, by the way, won Nevada by nearly 34,000 votes.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr said this week that the Justice Department had not uncovered widespread voter fraud that could have changed the outcome of the election in Nevada. Meanwhile, President Trump has been pressuring the governor of Georgia to see to it that the two Georgia republicans running for the U.S. Senate get more votes than their democratic rivals next month.