The 2020 election cycle has been tumultuous, to say the least. Many people, whether they’re for or against Donald Trump are having a hard time keeping up with the constant, shifting news around the election and, most importantly, election results.
Following the announced win by President-Elect Joe Biden, Donald Trump and other Republican officials have filed lawsuits in federal, state, and local courts in several states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, and Pennsylvania.
You may have also heard of one of the Republican party’s wins in Pennsylvania that later got overturned by the Supreme Court. On November 12, a judge ruled that first-time voters should have confirmed their IDs with the county board of elections by November 9. A number of first-time voters did so on November 12 and it briefly looked like their ballots would be disqualified, but the Supreme Court overturned that decision.
What about the remaining 31 lawsuits Donald Trump has filed since Election day?
Today, we’re going to get into the nitty-gritty and discuss the outcome or pending status of them all. Click through to find out more details!