President Donald Trump's reelection campaign launched an appeal to the Third Circuit on Sunday following a judge's decision a day earlier rejecting its bid to bar Pennsylvania election officials from certifying Joe Biden's win in the state's presidential election this month.
Pennsylvania's top election official and seven counties urged a federal judge Thursday to throw out an "audacious" effort by President Donald Trump's reelection campaign to hold back or overturn the state's votes, arguing that the campaign had not proven any of the fraud it alleged swung the election to President-elect Joe Biden.
A federal judge on Wednesday shot down a request from President Donald Trump's reelection campaign to sanction Kirkland & Ellis LLP, which is defending Pennsylvania election officials against a lawsuit aimed at upending the results of the state's presidential race, over an "abusive" voicemail message an unnamed associate left for a campaign attorney.
A Pennsylvania federal judge challenged President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani on Tuesday over why a lawsuit claiming unequal opportunities to fix or replace defective ballots should potentially disenfranchise nearly 7 million voters in the state.
Following the withdrawal of Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP last week, President Donald Trump's reelection campaign lost three more attorneys on Monday from a federal lawsuit aimed at blocking Pennsylvania from certifying its results of the presidential election.
An attorney for President Donald Trump's reelection campaign is pushing for sanctions after accusing an attorney with Kirkland & Ellis LLP, which is defending Pennsylvania's top election official in a lawsuit aimed at blocking the state from certifying vote results in the presidential race, of sending her an abusive and harassing voicemail.
In the face of rising public protest, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP has withdrawn its attorneys from representing President Donald Trump's reelection campaign in a lawsuit claiming that Pennsylvania conducted an unconstitutional "two-track" election that favored Democrats.
President Donald Trump moved Thursday to delay certification of Pennsylvania's vote count pending the outcome of his federal court lawsuit alleging a flawed voting system, while, in a separate filing, Pennsylvania's Secretary of State asked for Trump's suit to be dismissed.
Groups including the Pennsylvania chapters of the League of Women Voters and the NAACP on Tuesday accused President Donald Trump's campaign of trying to disenfranchise voters as it challenges the result of last week's election in the wake of its declared loss over the weekend.
In a lawsuit largely repackaging issues raised in other complaints filed across the state in the last week, President Donald Trump's reelection campaign said in Pennsylvania federal court late Monday that election procedures adopted in different parts of the state created a "two-track" system that unconstitutionally favored Democrats.