WASHINGTON, D.C.–The Dept. of Justice should investigate the election and claims of voter fraud, said Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), in a Tweet. He went further by signing onto a letter to Barr, with 38 of his U.S. House colleagues.
“I’ve joined 38 of my colleagues in writing a letter to AG Bill Barr requesting he investigate claims of voter fraud and make sure only all legal votes are counted in this election,” said Banks.
“The American people need to have confidence that the outcome of this election is legitimate!!”
The letter acknowledges that states are ultimately responsible for running their own elections, but asks the attorney general to intervene.
The letter cites “widespread reports of irregularities, particularly in the vote counting process”.
A letter from Matt Morgan, general counsel for the Trump/Pence campaign states that the “election is not over”, and goes on to cite what the campaign believes are problems in four states, including “ballot harvesting” in Gerogia and improper ballots in Nevada.
The letter said that the president believes he will win Arizona outright and calls Fox News’ calling of the state for Joe Biden “irresponsible”.
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