Headquarters of Trump has withdrawn a lawsuit on the ballot in Arizona

According to a notice from the headquarters in the judicial database, the campaign headquarters of US President Donald Trump withdrew the lawsuit due to unrecorded votes in Arizona’s largest Maricopa County.

A few days earlier, the lawsuit filed said that the erroneous actions of election Commission employees when working with voting machines led to the fact that some of the votes were not counted.

“Since yesterday’s hearing, the pooling of votes across the state has made it unnecessary to adjudicate on the part of the presidential electors,” the document notes.

According to CNN forecasts, after counting 99% of ballots in the state, 49.4% of voters voted for democratic candidate Joe Biden, and 49.1% for Trump. The difference is less than 14 thousand votes.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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