RNC, Trump Campaign Challenge Nevada Mail-In Ballot Rules – EVOL

A new complaint filed by the RNC and the Trump campaign seeks to bar Nevada from accepting mail-in ballots received as many as four days after Election Day.

The most powerful voices in Republican politics are seeking to prevent Nevada from accepting mail-in ballots received up to four business days after Election Day.

On May 3, the Republican National Committee, Donald J. Trump For President 2024 Inc., and Donald Szymanski filed a three-count complaint in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada against Nevada Secretary of State Francisco Aguilar, and other parties, seeking declaratory and injunctive relief.

The complaint identifies Mr. Szymanski as a registered Nevada voter and a resident of Clark County, Nevada.

The RNC, President Trump’s principal campaign committee, and Mr. Szymanski are seeking a judgment declaring Nevada’s mail-in voting law violates the 14th Amendment, injunctions prohibiting the state from counting ballots received after Election Day or, alternatively, postmarked after Election Day, and recovery of legal fees related to the case.

The complaint alleges Nevada contravenes federal law by counting ballots up to four business days after Election Day. Furthermore it incorrectly, according to the complaint, presumes ballots received up to three days after the election are postmarked



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