The lawsuit was filed Tuesday morning and comes after Wisconsin completed its partial recount — which maintained that Joe Biden won the presidential race in the state — and after Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers formally certified Biden’s victory Monday night.
- Biden for President communications director Nate Evans told Fox News in a statement that the ‘lawsuit is completely baseless and not rooted in facts on the ground.”
- Wisconsin law requires that written absentee ballot request forms must be submitted ahead of the voter casting their absentee ballot
The Trump campaign’s Wisconsin legal team, led by former Wisconsin Circuit Court Judge Jim Troupis, told Fox News that while the recount in the state did not flip in President Trump’s favor, it gave the campaign the “unique ability” to examine ballots.
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