Two more lawsuits filed by Trump’s headquarters and the local branch of the Republican Party are being considered in state courts; state authorities deny the allegations of fraud.
A legal battle in a Nevada court to stop counting ballots sent by mail in a Las Vegas electoral district ended after the state Supreme Court rejected an appeal by the campaign headquarters of Donald Trump and the local branch of the Republican Party at the request of the plaintiffs themselves.
Two other lawsuits related to the 2020 presidential election are currently being considered in Nevada. The final results of the state elections have not been summed up since a small number of ballots that have not yet been counted have not been counted.
The Trump campaign and the Republican Party tried to withdraw an appeal filed in a court in Nevada, submitting a document last week that called for a settlement agreement with the Clark County election Committee to allow more observers to be present at the ballot processing center.
However, the agreement was not signed by all the parties named in the lawsuit as defendants. The lawsuit was filed against the Democratic Party and the Nevada Division of Democrats, the Nevada Secretary of state, and the Clark County voter registration office.
The official representative of the Trump campaign in Nevada, Adam Laxalt, has not yet commented on reports of the appeal’s withdrawal.
The authors of the appeal tried to challenge the ruling of Judge James Wilson Jr. of Carson City, who decided on November 2 that neither the state authorities nor the Clark County administration tried to give preference to votes cast in favor of one of the candidates.
On November 19, the deadline for filing a lawsuit in Federal court on another charge was brought by trump and Republicans, who claim that voting by non-eligible voters marked Las Vegas. A date has not yet been set for the first hearing of the lawsuit.