Joe Biden’s “Victory” Raises Legal Questions As Republicans Vow To Challenge Election

Posted On November 7, 2020


ALBUQUERQUE, NOVEMBER 7 — Today news organizations declared Joe Biden the winner in the 2020 presidential election, but the election is far from over.

The Trump Campaign and Republican Party are seeking legal challenges as far as the validity of the vote-counting process. These challenges surround mail-in ballots and provisional ballots in key battleground states, including Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Georgia and Michigan. Republicans believe election integrity must be scrutinized and protected.

The claims center on votes counted after legal deadlines, the source of various ballots and the denial of Republican poll observers being allowed to take part in the ballot counting process as required by state laws.

Despite Democrats’ claims, there is evidence of wrongdoing in a number of states.

RPNM is asking for donations to help with the President’s legal challenge and the party is prepared to assist the RNC in any way possible.

We stand with President Trump and his fight for fair and free elections.

This isn’t the first time questionable vote counts have happened in a tight presidential race. In 2000 challenges and the hanging chad in Florida were ultimately decided in the U.S. Supreme Court.

“The President has great cause for concern, and we must carefully examine the vote,” said Republican Party of New Mexico Chairman Steve Pearce. “Republicans will continue to fight this election in the courts and the Republican Party of New Mexico will help the national party in any way possible. There are too many instances around the county where state election officers are skirting laws or stretching them. This is what happened in New Mexico, where poll challengers were treated wrongfully and elections violations occurred.”


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