Whether the defendants, in the running of Arizona's election, violated the Elections and Electors Clauses, the Equal Protection Clause, and the Due Process Clause of the U.S. Constitution, in addition to state election law; Allegations include fraud in the counting and fabrication of hundreds of thousands of illegal ballots, including fraud related to the use of Dominion Election Systems' hardware and software in Maricopa County; The complaint includes a request to decertify Arizona's Presidential election results.
Whether Wisconsin election officials unlawfully departed from the state legislative scheme for appointing Presidential electors; Allegations include (1) ignoring or compromising state law limits on the availability of mail-in ballots, (2) proliferating unmanned mail-in ballot drop boxes, (3) processing and counting vast numbers of mail-in ballots outside the visibility of poll watchers, (4) reducing or eliminating mandatory voter certifications for mail-in ballots, and (5) permitting "ballot tampering"; The plaintiff seeks a declaration that the defendants violated the Electors Clause as well as the Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses of the U.S. Constitution, and for the court to remand the case to the Wisconsin legislature for the purpose of determining a remedy according to its authority under the Electors Clause
Whether issuing absentee ballots in-person to Wisconsin voters without an application violated state law; whether absentee ballots with incomplete certifications or on which city clerks filled in missing information violated state law; whether absentee ballots claiming "indefinite confinement status" after March 20, 2020 were invalid under state law; and whether stationing poll workers, receiving ballots, witnessing ballot certifications, and other clerk's office activity in Madison's "Democracy in the Park" events violated state law; and whether the defendants' alleged actions should result in the exclusion of certain absentee ballots from the state's vote count
Whether the defendants violated the Elections and Electors Clauses of the U.S. Constitution as well as 42 U.S.C. 1983 by contravening requirements in the Wisconsin Statutes such as a provision stating that absentee ballots should not be counted when their certificates are missing a witness address; whether the defendants violated the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution in their disparate treatment of absentee vs. mail-in voters; whether the defendants violated the Due Process Clause of the U.S. Constitution by providing guidance in violation of the Wisconsin Statutes and by counting allegedly fraudulent and illegal votes; and whether the defendants' alleged conduct should require the decertification of Wisconsin's Presidential election results
Whether the defendant permitted non-residents to vote in the November election and failed to verify voter signatures as required by state law, and whether these alleged violations require either (1) an audit of the voter rolls and comparison to the ballots cast or (2) the decertification of Georgia's election results and an order for a new election
Whether the Wisconsin Elections Commission communicated illegal interpretations of Wisconsin law to county clerks around the state regarding absentee ballot drop boxes; whether the court should set aside ballots placed in these drop boxes; and whether the court should prevent the Wisconsin Elections Commission from certifying the state's results in the November election
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 Georgia officials violated state and federal law in how they administered the November election, for example by how they used funds received from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Center for Tech and Civic Life, by negotiating an allegedly unlawful settlement agreement regarding absentee ballots, and by allegedly not enforcing state law residency requirements; and whether, as a result of the alleged illegal conduct, the Presidential election results in Georgia should be considered null and void
Whether the defendants violated various state and federal laws by such alleged conduct as permitting early processing of absentee ballots without legislative authorization, allowing voting by individuals no longer residing in the state, failing to develop auditable procedures for the processing of absentee ballots, failing to provide meaningful access for party representatives to observe and monitor the electoral process, treating absentee voters in some counties differently than absentee voters in other counties, and employing tools such as Dominion Democracy Suite software and devices that allegedly led to statewide ballot fraud; Whether the defendants' alleged conduct should result in the decertification of the Presidential election results in Georgia
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