Hans von Spakovsky Explains Election Litigation in 5 States

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Even though former vice President Joe Biden has claimed victory in the presidential election, the Trump campaign has filed lawsuits contesting the results with current litigation in Pennsylvania, Nevada, Michigan, Georgia, and Arizona.


In Pennsylvania alone, there are at least 21,000 dead people on the voter rolls. Is there a possibility that some of these ballots that went to dead people were used fraudulently? We’ve also heard a lot of people talk about how we largely know the results of all the House and Senate races but still don’t have all the ballots counted for the presidential race. Why is this the case? Hans von Spakovsky, manager of The Heritage Foundation’s Election Law Reform Initiative and and a senior legal fellow at the think tank's Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies joins The Daily Signal Podcast to discuss.


We also cover these stories:

  • Former Vice President Joe Biden is saying that the 2020 race for the White House is finished and that people need to be wearing masks.
  • President Trump fired defense secretary Mark Esper.
  • Pharmaceutical company Pfizer announced that its coronavirus vaccine is 90% effective.


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