RPNM & Trump Campaign Investigate Voting Irregularities

Posted On November 19, 2020

The Republican Party of New Mexico is working closely with the Trump Campaign in looking into vote count irregularities and problems resembling those uncovered in a number of states, including Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.

President Trump’s legal team announced today New Mexico is among other states where lawsuits might be filed as more information comes to light. In uncertified results, President Trump is currently behind Joe Biden by fewer than 100,000 votes.

RPNM supports the President’s challenges across the nation. There’s considerable evidence still to come that will show serious flaws in the vote tally and what Trump’s legal team calls a “national conspiracy.” The team cites many instances of fraud and corruption across America that demonstrate a manipulation of our sacred electoral system.

Trump’s attorneys say they’re confident they will get to the actual outcome of the 2020 election once evidence is presented.

The violations include the manipulation of Dominion Voting Systems machines, illegal absentee ballots, ballots submitted with no applications and illegal actions against GOP poll challengers.

New Mexico uses the Dominion machines, and there were instances where GOP challengers were not allowed to help in the vote count process as required by law.

“What happened on November 3 is an affront to our election system and our very democracy,” said Republican Party of New Mexico Chairman Steve Pearce. “The Democratic tactics and this national pattern of irregularities are unspeakable. There must be election integrity, and there’s evidence around the nation that this was a calculated plan to switch votes and tip the scales in Biden’s favor. These challenges are legitimate, and we will defend President Trump and the American people.”

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