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A Pennsylvania judge threw out a lawsuit that sought to prevent the state from certifying the election results in favor of President-elect Joe Biden, who won the state by about 80,000 votes.A Pennsylvania judge threw out a lawsuit that sought to prevent the state from certifying the election results in favor of President-elect Joe Biden, who won the state by about 80,000 votes.

The Republican group alleges that mail-in voting reforms passed in 2019 with the blessing of state GOP legislative leaders are unconstitutional.The Republican group alleges that mail-in voting reforms passed in 2019 with the blessing of state GOP legislative leaders are unconstitutional.

Pa. Republicans sue state officials, hoping to toss mail-in ballots - Business Insider

The suit, in which Trump sought to block the certification of the state’s election results, made “strained legal arguments without merit,” District Judge Matthew W. Brann wrote.The suit, in which Trump sought to block the certification of the state’s election results, made “strained legal arguments without merit,” District Judge Matthew W. Brann wrote.

In scathing opinion, federal judge dismisses Trump campaign lawsuit in Pennsylvania - The Washington Post

A federal judge ruled the Trump campaign provided no evidence and strained legal arguments in arguing that millions of votes should be canceled.A federal judge ruled the Trump campaign provided no evidence and strained legal arguments in arguing that millions of votes should be canceled.

Trump campaign lawsuit challenging election in Pennsylvania dismissed

The judge issued a withering opinion in his dismissal of the suit that Rudy Giuliani turned up to argue in a small Pennsylvania city this week.

‘This is simply not how the Constitution works’: Federal judge eviscerates Trump lawsuit over Pennsylvania results - POLITICO

Yet another loss for the Trump campaign, which is attempting to overturn the results of the election in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania.Yet another loss for the Trump campaign, which is attempting to overturn the results of the election in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Judge Brutally Dismisses Rudy Giuliani's Suit To 'Disenfranchise' Pa. Voters | HuffPost Canada

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Here's a look at what the president’s lawyers have been saying in court in key swing states and the outcome of their legal challenges.Here's a look at what the president’s lawyers have been saying in court in key swing states and the outcome of their legal challenges.

Fact Check: What to know about Trump’s post-election legal challenges

Attorneys for President Donald Trump's presumably unsuccessful presidential campaign on Saturday filed a brief in federal court that misspells the name of the Democratic Party governor of Pennsylvania.Attorneys for President Donald Trump's presumably unsuccessful presidential campaign on Saturday filed a brief in federal court that misspells the name of the Democratic Party governor of Pennsylvania.

Trump Campaign Lawyers Misspell Governor's Name | Law & Crime

Attorneys for President Donald Trump's presumably unsuccessful presidential campaign on Saturday filed a brief in federal court that misspells the name of the Democratic Party governor of Pennsylvania.

Trump Campaign Lawyers Misspell Governor's Name | Law & Crime

President Donald Trump was dealt a new setback on Saturday in his desperate bid to overturn the U.S. election as a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by his campaign that sought to throw out millions of mail-in votes in Pennsylvania. U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann ruled that Trump's campaign had failed to demonstrate there had been widespread voting fraud in the Nov. 3 election, which Trump lost to Democrat Joe Biden. The lawsuit, spearheaded by Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, sought to stop officials from certifying Biden's victory in the state, arguing that some counties wrongly allowed voters to fix errors on their mail ballots.President Donald Trump was dealt a new setback on Saturday in his desperate bid to overturn the U.S. election as a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by his campaign that sought to throw out millions of mail-in votes in Pennsylvania. U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann ruled that Trump's campaign had failed to demonstrate there had been widespread voting fraud in the Nov. 3 election, which Trump lost to Democrat Joe Biden. The lawsuit, spearheaded by Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, sought to stop officials from certifying Biden's victory in the state, arguing that some counties wrongly allowed voters to fix errors on their mail ballots.

Trump bid to overturn election stumbles as judge tosses Pennsylvania lawsuit

In a scathing order, a federal judge rejected the Trump campaign’s claim of widespread improprieties with mail-in ballots, removing a major legal hurdle to certifying Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory there.In a scathing order, a federal judge rejected the Trump campaign’s claim of widespread improprieties with mail-in ballots, removing a major legal hurdle to certifying Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory there.

A federal judge on Saturday dismissed the Trump campaign's lawsuit in Pennsylvania seeking to invalidate millions of votes, ruling that the state can move forward with certifying its election results.A federal judge on Saturday dismissed the Trump campaign's lawsuit in Pennsylvania seeking to invalidate millions of votes, ruling that the state can move forward with certifying its election results.

Judge dismisses Trump campaign lawsuit in Pennsylvania | TheHill

A federal judge on Saturday dismissed the Trump campaign's lawsuit in Pennsylvania seeking to invalidate millions of votes, ruling that the state can move forward with certifying its election results.A federal judge on Saturday dismissed the Trump campaign's lawsuit in Pennsylvania seeking to invalidate millions of votes, ruling that the state can move forward with certifying its election results.

Judge dismisses Trump campaign lawsuit in Pennsylvania | TheHill

U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann dismissed the suit with prejudice, meaning Trump cannot amend or refile the caseU.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann dismissed the suit with prejudice, meaning Trump cannot amend or refile the case

Giuliani flops: Judge tosses Trump Pennsylvania vote suit - New York Daily News

The relief sought by the plaintiffs “is unsupported in fact, deficient on the law and simple outrageous,” said Pennsylvania Secretary of State Cathy Boockvar.

State court ruling deprives Pa. of meaningful challenges to mail-ballots, Trump campaign says - pennlive.com

In a lawsuit, the congressman and other plaintiffs tacitly ask a judge to hand the election to Donald Trump.In a lawsuit, the congressman and other plaintiffs tacitly ask a judge to hand the election to Donald Trump.

Rep. Mike Kelly Claims 2020 Election Was Unconstitutional | Law & Crime

In a lawsuit, the congressman and other plaintiffs tacitly ask a judge to hand the election to Donald Trump.

Rep. Mike Kelly Claims 2020 Election Was Unconstitutional | Law & Crime

Donald Trump faced a new setback on Saturday in his desperate bid to overturn the US election as a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by his campaign that sought to throw out millions of mail-in votes in Pennsylvania.Donald Trump faced a new setback on Saturday in his desperate bid to overturn the US election as a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by his campaign that sought to throw out millions of mail-in votes in Pennsylvania.

Donald Trump Bid To Overturn Election Stumbles As Judge Tosses Pennsylvania Lawsuit

Pennsylvania officials can certify election results that currently show Democrat Joe Biden winning the state by more than 80,000 votes, a federal judge ruled Saturday, dealing President Donald Trump’s campaign another blow in its effort to invalidate the election. U. S.Pennsylvania officials can certify election results that currently show Democrat Joe Biden winning the state by more than 80,000 votes, a federal judge ruled Saturday, dealing President Donald Trump’s campaign another blow in its effort to invalidate the election. U. S.

Judge throws out Trump bid to stop PA vote certification | KFOX

Judge throws out Trump bid to stop PA vote certification

Trump PA Election Lawsuits: Here's The Latest - Montgomeryville-Lansdale, PA - An amended filing specifies Trump seeks to stop the certification of the presidential race only, not any other election results.An amended filing specifies Trump seeks to stop the certification of the presidential race only, not any other election results.

Trump PA Election Lawsuits: Here's The Latest | Montgomeryville, PA Patch

Trump PA Election Lawsuits: Heres The Latest - Montgomeryville-Lansdale, PA - An amended filing specifies Trump seeks to stop the certification of the presidential race only, not any other election results.Trump PA Election Lawsuits: Heres The Latest - Montgomeryville-Lansdale, PA - An amended filing specifies Trump seeks to stop the certification of the presidential race only, not any other election results.

Trump PA Election Lawsuits: Heres The Latest | Montgomeryville-Lansdale, PA Patch

President Donald Trump’s bid for a court order blocking Pennsylvania from certifying its election result would imperil the votes of 6.8 million people based on “speculation and conjecture” about voter fraud without any evidence to back it up, the Democratic National Committee told a judge.President Donald Trump’s bid for a court order blocking Pennsylvania from certifying its election result would imperil the votes of 6.8 million people based on “speculation and conjecture” about voter fraud without any evidence to back it up, the Democratic National Committee told a judge.

Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania, one of President Trump's top House allies, filed a lawsuit Saturday aimed at throwing out 2.6 million mail-in votes in his home state.Congressman Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania, one of President Trump’s top House allies, filed a lawsuit Saturday aimed at throwing out 2.6 million mail-in votes in his home state — claiming the

PA congressman claims state's mail-in ballots are unconstitutional

Pennsylvania officials can certify election results that currently show Democrat Joe Biden winning the state by more than 80,000 votes, a federal judge ruled Saturday, dealing President Donald Trump’s campaign another blow in its effort to invalidate the election.Pennsylvania officials can certify election results that currently show Democrat Joe Biden winning the state by more than 80,000 votes, a federal judge ruled Saturday, dealing President Donald Trump’s campaign another blow in its effort to invalidate the election.

Pennsylvania can certify election results, after judge tosses Trump's challenge - The Morning Call

Pennsylvania lawmakers violated the state Constitution when they broadly expanded mail-in voting, according to a complaint filed in Commonwealth Court.Pennsylvania lawmakers violated the state Constitution when they broadly expanded mail-in voting, according to a complaint filed in Commonwealth Court.

Kelly, Parnell challenge some mail-in voting in court complaint | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Butler County congressman Mike Kelly, Sean Parnell and several other Republicans have filed a lawsuit asking the state to throw out mail-in ballots from the Nov. 3 election results.Butler County congressman Mike Kelly, Sean Parnell and several other Republicans have filed a lawsuit asking the state to throw out mail-in ballots from the Nov. 3 election results.

Congressman Kelly, Sean Parnell file lawsuit to get mail-in ballots thrown out of election results

U.S. Middle District Judge Matthew Brann turned down a request for an injunction in the case, allowing Pennsylvania to continue the election certification.U.S. Middle District Judge Matthew Brann turned down a request for an injunction in the case, allowing Pennsylvania to continue the election certification.

Federal judge throws out Trump campaign challenge to stop Pennsylvania's election certification

U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly asks the court to bar certification of any election results that include mail ballots, or alternatively, to throw out all votes and appoint state lawmakers to decide the winner.U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly asks the court to bar certification of any election results that include mail ballots, or alternatively, to throw out all votes and appoint state lawmakers to decide the winner.

Republican Pa. congressman seeks court order throwing out all mail ballots in long-shot suit

A federal judge on Saturday dismissed an election lawsuit in Pennsylvania filed by President Donald Trump's campaign in another blow to efforts to change the outcome of the presidential contest.“In the United States of America, this cannot justify the disenfranchisement of a single voter, let alone all the voters of its sixth most populated state," the judge wrote.

Federal judge dismisses Trump election lawsuit in Pennsylvania

District Court rejects ‘strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations’District Court rejects ‘strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations’

Judge dismisses Trump campaign’s Pennsylvania lawsuit in latest blow to desperate president | The Independent

The Trump campaign said they plan to appeal.The Trump campaign said they plan to appeal.

Judge dismisses Trump campaign's latest attempt to stop certification of Pennsylvania election results - CBS News

By Andy Sullivan and Jan Wolfe WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump was dealt a new setback on Saturday in his desperate bid to overturn the U.S. election as a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by his campaign that sought to throw out millions of mail-in votes in Pennsylvania. U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann ruled that Trump's campaign had failed to demonstrate there had been widespread voting fraud in the Nov. 3 election, which Trump lost to Democrat Joe Biden. This Court has been presented with strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations, Brann wrote. Brann added that he has no authority to take away the right to vote of even a single person, let alone millions of citizens. The lawsuit, spearheaded by Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, sought to stop officials from certifying Biden's victory in the state, arguing that some counties wrongly allowed voters to fix errors on their mail ballots. Giuliani, who made his first courtroom appearance in 30 years for a hearing in the case on Tuesday, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The Biden and Trump campaigns also did not immediately respond to queries. Giuliani and other Trump lawyers floated a variety of conspiracy theories at a news conference on Thursday as they alleged that the election was marred by widespread voter fraud. But they have had little success in court. Trump and his allies have now won two election-related cases and lost 34, according to Democratic election lawyer Marc Elias. Democrats said Saturday's scathing verdict was further proof that those charges are false. This is what a complete ass-kicking of the president's legal effort looks like, Elias, who was involved in the Pennsylvania case, wrote on Twitter. Giuliani has signaled in legal filings that he will pursue an appeal, but he has little time to do so before the state formalizes Biden's victory on Monday. As far as litigation goes I believe this is the end of the line for them, said Benjamin Geffen of the Public interest Law Center, who was also involved in the case. Trump is seeking to invalidate or change the election results through recounts and direct pressure on lawmakers in several states. He would need to prevail in at least three states to prevent Biden from being sworn in as president on Jan. 20 -- an unprecedented action. In Michigan, Republicans wrote to state authorities on Saturday asking them to wait 14 days to certify Biden's victory to allow for an audit of ballots in Wayne County, which includes the majority-Black city of Detroit. The letter cited allegations of irregularities that have not been substantiated. Biden won 154,000 more votes than Trump in Michigan. That effort faces long odds. A spokesperson for Michigan's top election authority said state law does not allow for audits before the vote is certified, which is due to take place on Monday. Allegations of widespread fraud have been found to be baseless, the spokesperson said. Two leading Republican Michigan lawmakers who came to Washington at Trump's behest said after meeting him on Friday that they had no information that would change the outcome of the election in the state. In Wisconsin, an official said poorly trained observers for the Trump campaign were slowing a partial recount by challenging every ballot and raising other objections. Observers are disruptive. They are asking question after question, telling the tabulators to stop, stop what they're doing and that is out of line, that's not acceptable, Milwaukee County Clerk George Christianson told reporters. A manual recount and audit in Georgia confirmed Biden on Friday as the winner in the southern state, the first Democratic presidential candidate to win Georgia in nearly three decades. The Trump campaign has two business days to request a recount in Georgia. Trump's legal team has also said it plans a lawsuit in the state, but has not provided specifics. Trump's accusations have continued to inflame his hard-core Republican base. Hundreds of supporters gathered at the statehouse in Atlanta on Saturday, with video posted online showing speakers denouncing the media for calling Biden the election winner, as well as state Republican leaders for certifying the results. Police in riot gear were deployed to separate them from counterprotesters who gathered nearby. The General Services Administration, run by a Trump appointee, has not recognized Biden's victory, preventing his team from gaining access to government office space and funding normally provided to an incoming administration ahead of Inauguration Day on Jan. 20. Critics say the delay and Trump's refusal to concede have serious implications for national security and the fight against the coronavirus, which has killed nearly 255,000 Americans. Biden, who has denounced Trump's attempt to reverse the election results as totally irresponsible , spent Saturday meeting with transition advisers and attending church. Trump took part in a virtual summit of the 20 biggest world economies and then went to play golf at his club in Sterling, Virginia. (Reporting by Andy Sullivan, Jan Wolfe, Raphael Satter, Aram Roston, Tom Hals, Simon Lewis, Jonathan Landay and Brad Heath; Writing by Andy Sullivan; Editing by Daniel Wallis)By Andy Sullivan and Jan Wolfe WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump was dealt a new setback on Saturday in his desperate bid to overturn the U.S. election as a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by his campaign that sought to throw out millions of mail-in votes in Pennsylvania. U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann ruled that Trump's campaign had failed to demonstrate there had been widespread voting fraud in the Nov. 3 election, which Trump lost to Democrat Joe Biden. "This Court has been presented with strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations," Brann wrote. Brann added that he "has no authority to take away the right to vote of even a single person, let alone millions of citizens." The lawsuit, spearheaded by Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, sought to stop officials from certifying Biden's victory in the state, arguing that some counties wrongly allowed voters to fix errors on their mail ballots. Giuliani, who made his first courtroom appearance in 30 years for a hearing in the case on Tuesday, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The Biden and Trump campaigns also did not immediately respond to queries. Giuliani and other Trump lawyers floated a variety of conspiracy theories at a news conference on Thursday as they alleged that the election was marred by widespread voter fraud. But they have had little success in court. Trump and his allies have now won two election-related cases and lost 34, according to Democratic election lawyer Marc Elias. Democrats said Saturday's scathing verdict was further proof that those charges are false. "This is what a complete ass-kicking of the president's legal effort looks like," Elias, who was involved in the Pennsylvania case, wrote on Twitter. Giuliani has signaled in legal filings that he will pursue an appeal, but he has little time to do so before the state formalizes Biden's victory on Monday. "As far as litigation goes I believe this is the end of the line for them," said Benjamin Geffen of the Public interest Law Center, who was also involved in the case. Trump is seeking to invalidate or change the election results through recounts and direct pressure on lawmakers in several states. He would need to prevail in at least three states to prevent Biden from being sworn in as president on Jan. 20 -- an unprecedented action. In Michigan, Republicans wrote to state authorities on Saturday asking them to wait 14 days to certify Biden's victory to allow for an audit of ballots in Wayne County, which includes the majority-Black city of Detroit. The letter cited allegations of "irregularities" that have not been substantiated. Biden won 154,000 more votes than Trump in Michigan. That effort faces long odds. A spokesperson for Michigan's top election authority said state law does not allow for audits before the vote is certified, which is due to take place on Monday. Allegations of widespread fraud have been found to be baseless, the spokesperson said. Two leading Republican Michigan lawmakers who came to Washington at Trump's behest said after meeting him on Friday that they had no information that would change the outcome of the election in the state. In Wisconsin, an official said poorly trained observers for the Trump campaign were slowing a partial recount by challenging every ballot and raising other objections. "Observers are disruptive. They are asking question after question, telling the tabulators to stop, stop what they're doing and that is out of line, that's not acceptable," Milwaukee County Clerk George Christianson told reporters. A manual recount and audit in Georgia confirmed Biden on Friday as the winner in the southern state, the first Democratic presidential candidate to win Georgia in nearly three decades. The Trump campaign has two business days to request a recount in Georgia. Trump's legal team has also said it plans a lawsuit in the state, but has not provided specifics. Trump's accusations have continued to inflame his hard-core Republican base. Hundreds of supporters gathered at the statehouse in Atlanta on Saturday, with video posted online showing speakers denouncing the media for calling Biden the election winner, as well as state Republican leaders for certifying the results. Police in riot gear were deployed to separate them from counterprotesters who gathered nearby. The General Services Administration, run by a Trump appointee, has not recognized Biden's victory, preventing his team from gaining access to government office space and funding normally provided to an incoming administration ahead of Inauguration Day on Jan. 20. Critics say the delay and Trump's refusal to concede have serious implications for national security and the fight against the coronavirus, which has killed nearly 255,000 Americans. Biden, who has denounced Trump's attempt to reverse the election results as "totally irresponsible", spent Saturday meeting with transition advisers and attending church. Trump took part in a virtual summit of the 20 biggest world economies and then went to play golf at his club in Sterling, Virginia. (Reporting by Andy Sullivan, Jan Wolfe, Raphael Satter, Aram Roston, Tom Hals, Simon Lewis, Jonathan Landay and Brad Heath; Writing by Andy Sullivan; Editing by Daniel Wallis)

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The Trump campaign cannot block certification of Pennsylvania's election results, which made Joe Biden President-elect of the United States, based on nothing more than "strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusation," a federal judge ruled in a blistering opinion on Saturday night.The Trump campaign cannot block certification of Pennsylvania's election results, which made Joe Biden President-elect of the United States, based on nothing more than "strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusation," a federal judge ruled in a blistering opinion on Saturday night.

Judge Dismisses Trump, Giuliani Pennsylvania Lawsuit | Law & Crime

The Trump campaign cannot block certification of Pennsylvania's election results, which made Joe Biden President-elect of the United States, based on nothing more than "strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusation," a federal judge ruled in a blistering opinion on Saturday night.

Judge Dismisses Trump, Giuliani Pennsylvania Lawsuit | Law & Crime

Congressman Mike Kelly and congressional candidate Sean Parnell are requesting the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania to declare universal mail-in voting unconstitutional in the state and deny the votes of the majority of Pennsylvanians who...Congressman Mike Kelly and congressional candidate Sean Parnell are requesting the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania to declare universal mail-in voting unconstitutional in the state and deny the votes of the majority of Pennsylvanians who voted by mail in the Nov. 3 election.

Mike Kelly, Sean Parnell Request To Declare Mail-In Voting Unconstitutional In Pennsylvania, Deny Results From 2020 Election Mail-In Ballots – CBS Pittsburgh

The judge said the campaign’s legal arguments in Pennsylvania were “without merit” and “unsupported by evidence.” The judge said the campaign’s legal arguments in Pennsylvania were “without merit” and “unsupported by evidence.”

‘Not How The Constitution Works’: Trump Campaign’s Biggest Election Lawsuit Fails In Court

A US District Court judge Saturday dismissed a lawsuit by the Trump campaign trying to invalidate millions of Pennsylvania mail-in votes in a significant lA US District Court judge Saturday dismissed a lawsuit by the Trump campaign trying to invalidate millions of Pennsylvania mail-in votes in a significant l

'Unsupported by evidence': Trump campaign loses last ditch attempt in Pennsylvania

US President Donald Trump suffers a new setback in his bid to overturn the US election as a federal judge dismisses a lawsuit filed by his campaign seeking to throw out millions of mail-in votes in Pennsylvania.US President Donald Trump suffers a new setback in his bid to overturn the US election as a federal judge dismisses a lawsuit filed by his campaign seeking to throw out millions of mail-in votes in Pennsylvania.

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It's a major blow to Mr Trump's flailing efforts to overturn his election loss to President-elect Joe BidenIt's a major blow to Mr Trump's flailing efforts to overturn his election loss to President-elect Joe Biden

Donald Trump's bid to overturn presidential election stumbles as judge dismisses Pennsylvania lawsuit