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
Whether the Wisconsin Elections Commission and local election officials, primarily in cities that received funds from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Center for Tech and Civic Life, illegally circumvented Wisconsin absentee voting laws, and therefore whether the November election for Presidential electors should be declared void and the choice for Presidential electors revert back to the state legislature
Whether Arizona election officials failed to allow observation of signature verification as required by Arizona law; whether plaintiff is entitled to a reasonable inspection (sampling) of signatures as well as "duplicated" ballots so she can compare them to originals; and whether the alleged illegal conduct requires the court to annul the state's election and declare that the state's certification of Biden electors is of no further legal effect
Whether the respondents violated the petitioners' rights under the First Amendment, Equal Protection Clause, Due Process Clause, and the Separation of Powers doctrine of the U.S. Constitution, and comparable provisions of the Minnesota Constitution, in administering Minnesota's November election; Specific allegations include whether county auditors properly performed post-election reviews as required by Minnesota law; The petitioners ask the court to enjoin the secretary of state and the state canvassing board from certifying Minnesota's election results, and order a statewide, bi-partisan election audit.
Whether the 2019 Act of the Pennsylvania legislature establishing mail-in voting procedures is unconstitutional and whether the court should issue an injunction prohibiting the state from certifying the results of the November election
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 due to various alleged irregularities, improprieties, and fraud in the conduct of Nevada's election, including those related to mail-in ballot processing machines, electronic voting machines, ballot-counting observation, the processing and counting of provisional ballots, and voting drives, the court should order that either Republican electors be certified as the duly elected Presidential electors from the state or that no Presidential electors be certified
Whether the Clark County Registrar of Voters failed to follow multiple statutorily required procedures in conducting the election, "flooding" the county with untrackable ballots and using the Agilis mail ballot processing machine with signature recognition software instead of a person to verify signatures as required by Nevada law; Whether these alleged errors require the Clark County Commissioners to hold a new election
Whether Georgia's Secretary of State altered the process established by the Georgia legislature for handling defective absentee ballots, in violation of federal constitutional law and federal and Georgia statutory law, when he entered into a March 2020 settlement agreement to resolve a court case brought by the Democratic Party of Georgia and others
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