Thursday, November 12, 2020

LIVE: Trump Campaign's Arizona Court Challenge to Maricopa County Voting

UPDATE, 11/13, 11:15am: The Trump campaign and Republican groups have filed a notice confirming that their lawsuit has become "partially moot" because the number of overvotes in the Presidential race is less than the final margin of Biden's victory in Arizona.

Additionally, the Secretary of State's attorneys filed a notice with the court demonstrating that other close races in the state and Maricopa County are also very unlikely to be impacted by Election Day in-person overvotes being re-inspected.

We are live-tweeting today's evidentiary hearing and oral argument in the Trump campaign's court challenge to Arizona's voting. Click on the below tweet to follow the latest:



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