February 20, 2024 9:41 PM

Election Denial

Legal Beat

Election denier and ‘MyPillow Guy’ Mike Lindell confirms he’s out of money, can’t pay legal bills = Associated Press

Attorneys who’ve been defending MyPillow chief executive and election denier Mike Lindell against defamation lawsuits by voting machine companies are seeking court permission to quit, saying he owes them unspecified millions of dollars and can’t pay the millions more that he’ll owe in legal expenses going forward. Lindell confirmed in an interview with The Associated

Cochise County

Republican losses fan election conspiracies in rural Arizona – Associated Press

Photo: Cochise County District 1 Supervisor Tom Crosby holds a copy of the public meeting’s agenda during a discussion over a proposed transfer of election functions and duties to the county recorder James Knox was glad to get out of the big city. Part of a network of activists who believe U.S. elections are unreliable,

U.S. Senate

Election-denying lawmakers hold key election oversight roles – Associated Press

Republican lawmakers who have spread election conspiracy theories and falsely claimed that the 2020 presidential outcome was rigged are overseeing legislative committees charged with setting election policy in two major political battleground states. Divided government in Pennsylvania and Arizona means that any voting restrictions those GOP legislators propose is likely to fail. Even so, the

Legal Beat

Kari Lake will get to make case for election misconduct – Associated Press

A judge on Monday dismissed part of a lawsuit filed by Kari Lake, the defeated Republican candidate for Arizona governor, but will allow her to call witnesses in an attempt to prove that she lost because of misconduct by election officials. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson dismissed eight of the 10 claims Lake

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