Law & Crime reports:
The Republican National Committee and its North Carolina counterpart filed a lawsuit challenging the Tar Heel State’s procedures for allowing election observers and casting absentee ballots. Barbara Deas, the chairwoman of the Clay County Republican Party, is the lead plaintiff in the lawsuit, joined by the RNC and the North Carolina Republican Party.
“The NCSBE continues to undermine the democratic process with unlawful rulemaking and further restrict the rights of election observers, threatening the integrity of our elections,” wrote RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, who played a key role in disseminating former President Donald Trump’s false claims of fraud after the 2020 election.
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North Carolina Republicans File Lawsuit Challenging Procedures for Election Observers and Absentee Ballotshttps://t.co/ZVcmu63ifx
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