Courthouse News reports:
President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee sued Pennsylvania on Monday over absentee ballot drop-off sites, escalating their fight against mail-in voting as the November election nears.
The president’s campaign and the RNC were joined by four Pennsylvania Republican congressmen – Glenn Thompson, Mike Kelly, John Joyce and Guy Reschenthaler – in filing the 57-page federal lawsuit in the Western District of Pennsylvania against the elections boards of all 67 counties in the state.
“Free and fair elections are essential to the right of Americans to choose through their vote whom they elect to represent them,” the complaint states. “Upending our entire election process and undermining ballot security through unmonitored by-mail voting is the single greatest threat to free and fair elections.”