The president’s legal team told Fox News that Trump’s campaign had received an affidavit from an election official in Clark County, Nev., Who claimed to have witnessed the anomalies at an Voting center in key battlefield states.
Election officials, who were removed because of concerns of retaliation, said they were “concerned with polling places, voter intimacy and fraud,” according to the inauguration affidavit collected by Fox News. OK. The incidents are presumed to be intentional while workers serve at the Clark County election center during the early voting period October 17 through October 30.
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In the affidavit, the workers insisted voters were allowed to vote via provisional ballots without a valid Nevada ID or driver̵7;s license as long as they could provide proof of an upcoming appointment at the DMV .
Nevada state officials have denied evidence of voter fraud, with Nevada’s Democratic Justice Secretary Aaron Ford dismissing last week’s Trump campaign’s legal attempts to raise the question. about the vote is “junk”.
In the affidavit obtained by Fox News, the worker also stated that they “witnessed the two of them handing many unopened ballot envelopes through the mail to two other people, then opened and filled out the letters. votes against “next to” a Biden / Harris truck. In another case, the employee claimed that a group of people “made a wall of people” to obscure vision as they “marked the ballots and placed those ballots in the pink return envelope. and white ”.
The employee also alleged that they “often see people coming in with lots of ballots.” Fox News said Trump’s campaign had submitted an affidavit to the Justice Department for review.
“The affidavit from a witness is the literal definition of evidence,” a Trump campaign lawyer said in a statement. “Those on the left and other zones have been screaming that without evidence will need new speakers and most importantly, will now have to focus on the plausible issues that have been raised. “
In response to the claim, the Ford office said it has yet to receive a formal claim but will investigate the matter if the lawsuit is filed.
“Neither the Trump Campaign, the Nevada Republican Party, and this individual have filed a complaint online or directly with this alleged evidence to the Attorney General’s Office,” the Ford office said in a statement. . We are serious and we work with our law enforcement partners in Nevada and in other states to investigate and prosecute voter fraud with strong evidence. If anyone submits this complaint to our Office, we will conduct a thorough investigation. “
Democratic candidate Joe Biden became president-elect on Saturday. The former vice president passed the 270 electoral votes threshold with expected victories in Nevada and Pennsylvania.
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Trump’s campaign has been accused of irregular voting and fraud in many states, but has yet to provide substantial evidence to back up its claims.
At a press conference in Las Vegas earlier on Sunday, US Conservative Union President Matt Schlapp claimed Trump’s campaign had captured “thousands of examples of voter anomaly”.
“The dead voted in Clark County,” says Schlapp, “It’s a difficult thing because obviously for these families this is a very tragic reminder of the loss they have just suffered. pass “.