Las Vegas, Nevada 2020-11-19 21:25:00 –
Thursday, November 19, 2020 | 6:25 pm
A third Republican candidate, who lost to an incumbent Democrat in the Las Vegas region in the November 3 election, filed a legal bid for a re-vote on Thursday, alleging voters and irregular voting numbers.
The request for an immediate hearing and court order from former professional wrestler Dan Rodimmer was processed by the same attorney on behalf of Republican candidate Jim Merchant. Less than 1% defeat of state legislature to Democratic Senate leader Nicole Canizaro.
Attorney Craig Mueller did not respond immediately to the message.
According to a result approved by the Clark County Commission on Monday, Rodimmer lost almost 3% to incumbent US Congressman Suzy Lee after 417,252 votes were counted in their race.
Mueller’s court filings show that universal postal voting floods the Clark County House constituency with “untraceable” votes, and the use of optical scanners to approve voting signatures verifies voting by humans. Claims to have violated state law requiring.
Clark County and its electoral officer, Joe Gloria, said similar discussions in other recent cases failed to persuade federal judges to stop distributing and counting ballots mailed. ..
Rodimmer’s proceedings have reduced the number of active election-related proceedings in Nevada, a fierce battle state where Democrat Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump with nearly 34,000 votes.
A Las Vegas judge will hear discussions on Friday in two cases, including a bid to prevent proof of state-wide voting by a merchant, a conservative former Nevada lawmaker, and her voting watch group.
These proceedings are not as broad as the proceedings filed on Tuesday by Trump campaign attorneys seeking to invalidate the elections or have state judges declare Trump’s winners. The case will be heard in Carson City next Wednesday.