Republicans In Nevada Announce Lawsuit Over Alleged Fraud And Irregularities In Election (VIDEO)

Add Nevada to the list of states currently being contested in the 2020 election.

Republicans there announced a new lawsuit on Tuesday alleging fraud and other irregularities.

The suit specifically claims that people voted from out of state.

KLAS News reports:

Nevada GOP announces lawsuit, alleges ‘fraud and irregularities’ in Nevada election

Nevada’s Republican Party announced another lawsuit Tuesday, claiming they wish to “throw out fraud and ensure election integrity” in the Nevada election. This is the fifth lawsuit the Nevada GOP and Trump team have filed in recent weeks, despite no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the state.

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The lawsuit, filed in Carson City District Court Tuesday afternoon, is contesting Nevada’s election results.

Former Nevada Attorney General and Trump Campaign Nevada Co-Chair Adam Laxalt and Chair of the American Conservative Union, Matt Schlapp, held a news conference to discuss it.

“Many of these votes were improperly cast,” Laxalt alleged. He pointed to claims heard before from the Trump team, including that more than 15,000 people voted both in Nevada and another state, as well as voters who are listed as “dead” cast ballots.

They also allege reliability issues with the Agilis ballot processing and signature scanning machine used in Clark County.

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