Whether in administering Michigan's election, the respondents violated the petitioners' rights under the Due Process and Equal Protection clauses of the U.S. and Michigan Constitutions, in addition to violating Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution involving state legislatures' authority to appoint electors in such manner as the legislatures direct; and whether the alleged violations require the court to enjoin the respondents from finally certifying the election results
Whether the defendants violated various state and federal laws by such alleged conduct as denying meaningful access for party representatives to observe the counting of votes, treating one class of Michigan voters (in person voters) differently than another class of Michigan voters (absentee/mail-in voters), and permitting widespread voter fraud due to the use of Dominion voting machines and software; Whether the defendants' alleged conduct should result in the decertification of the Presidential election results in Michigan
U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (1:20-cv-03388)
Whether, in allegedly pressuring state and local officials in Michigan and other key states not to certify election results, and in seeking to have state legislatures override the will of the people by appointing President Trump's slate of electors, President Trump violated the federal Voting Rights Act; The amended complaint adds a second claim asserting a violation of the Ku Klux Klan Act.
Whether defendants should be required to conduct an independent and non-partisan audit of the integrity of the election in Detroit due to alleged violations of Michigan statutory and constitutional law
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