As many of you know, Donald Trump and his administration are moving forward with their lawsuits against certain states after it was announced that Joe Biden has become the President-Elect. Determined to get the mail-in ballots that were received after Election Day tossed, several attorney generals, have joined in to urge the Supreme Court to take up the case.
According to Wave 3 News, Daniel Cameron is one of 10 Republican Attorney Generals that have joined the case. It’s noted that last month the Pennsylvania Supreme Court voted 4-3 that the mail-in ballots should be counted if they were postmarked by November 3rd and received by November 6th.
Daniel Cameron released a statement about the case and said, “While this did not occur in Kentucky, what happens in other states during a presidential election matters to Kentuckians because we are electing our President and Vice President. Legal matters involving Pennsylvania set a judicial precedent that not only affects this election but future elections as well.”
My statement regarding the rule of law in the election process:
Read the amicus brief here: https://t.co/Ulu7PU3akq pic.twitter.com/wMKfsOFkfV
— Attorney General Daniel Cameron (@kyoag) November 9, 2020
He continued to state that his interest does not include who wins or loses, but about “transparency and rule of the law.”
As we previously reported, prior to Joe Biden being announced as the president-elect Trump’s campaign announced they were suing to stop the counting of ballots in different states, Pennsylvania included. They said they were suing for lack of “transparency” and seeking to intervene in a Supreme Court case.
Pennsylvania’s governor Tim Wolf responded and said, “Our elections officials at the state and local level should be free to do their jobs without fear, without intimidation, without attacks to subvert the democratic process are simply disgraceful.”
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