Nevada Election Lawsuit: 15,000 People Who Voted in Nevada Also Voted in Another State

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The Nevada Republican Party announced a new lawsuit brought that claims election fraud and seeks to “ensure election integrity.”

The suit, filed by Electoral College candidates pledged to President Trump, alleges “substantial irregularities, improprieties, and fraud” that occurred in the election, and that the voting system put in place by Nevada election officials was “highly susceptible to fraud and abuse.”

“Evidence will show that the nature and scale of that fraud and abuse renders the purported results of the Nevada election illegitimate,” the lawsuit reads.

“We are presenting today in our formal contest, that there are north of 15,000 people who voted in Nevada and another state,” said Former Nevada Attorney General and Trump campaign Nevada Co-Chair Adam Laxalt. “We are also presenting dead voters.”

“I will only leave one example,” he said. “If a person has died, and that ballot was mailed to someone’s home, and someone voted that ballot, who is going to complain about that vote cast? No one, quite clearly. So the system isn’t investigating these things.”

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