Trump campaign wants NJ to suspend early vote count pending lawsuit

President TrumpDonald John Trumptrump says he doesn’t think he could have done more to stop the virus from spreading. Conservative activist Lauren Witzke made the GOP Senate in Delaware Trump preliminarily claim the coronovirus’s claim would disappear, ‘heretics Citing ‘mentality’.The election campaign asked a federal judge on Wednesday to prevent New Jersey election officials from counting mail-in ballots that began 10 days before election day until a trial was settled.

According to the New Jersey Globe, lawyers representing the presidential campaign said in Wednesday’s brief statement, “The public interest is clearly in favor of protecting the government from violating federal law.” “Trust in the integrity of our electoral processes is essential to the functioning of our participatory democracy. Voter fraud drives honest citizens out of the democratic process and creates mistrust of our government. Voters who are afraid of their legitimate votes will overtake fraudsters.

Politico said that two days before the election day, an attempt is being made to campaign on the postal stamp ballot without postmark.

The lawsuit was filed in August following the campaign. Phil Filphy ordered that a mail-in ballot should be sent to all active voters. Despite the lawsuit, the campaign filed to temporarily block Murphy’s order. US district court Judge Michael Shipp warned last week that the case was “against the election.”

“The case was filed and it was likely referring to the election in November, but it was filed in the ordinary course,” Shipp said on 8 September, according to Politico. He said, ‘There is a need to move very fast. I am not sure that it was not filed with any solicitation. ”

According to Politico, in Wednesday’s campaign, the Republican National Committee and the New Jersey Republican State Committee filed an order to show “the reasons why the initial injunction should not be issued.”

The president has often claimed that mail-in voting will lead to widespread voter fraud, with many experts saying this is not a meaningful problem. While Trump has often claimed that absent balloting is acceptable compared to mail-in voting, there is no such difference in many states.