Trump sues over postal vote in yet another state

The headquarters of US President Donald Trump has filed another lawsuit in the state of Pennsylvania, which alleges an illegal mail voting system during the election of the head of state.

The lawsuit alleges that Pennsylvania officials violated the US Constitution by creating an “illegal two-tier voting system” in which personal voting was subject to more control than mail-order voting. In particular, when voting by mail, there are no transparency principles, according to Trump. The complaint was filed against Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar and county election commissions.

On November 8, Trump’s headquarters filed a lawsuit in an Arizona court over the failure of some of the ballots cast in the state on election day to count. It was alleged that due to a mistake by polling station officials in Maricopa district, the votes of some voters were rejected.

Earlier it was reported that US Attorney General William Barr instructed the Department of Justice to investigate reports of election fraud. We are talking about those cases where manipulations could affect the final result in the region. At the same time, the states must settle all procedures by December 8, including recounts and litigation over the results.

On November 7, Democrat Joe Biden, who received 290 of the required 270 electoral votes and thus secured his victory, declared himself elected President of the United States. In turn, Donald Trump said that he hopes to regain his leading position in a number of states through the courts.

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