( Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign and his allies have suffered a string of judicial beats in their bid to avoid states from certifying President-Elect Joe Biden as the winner of the Nov. 3 governmental election.
On Saturday, a federal judge in Pennsylvania stated Trump’s difficulty to mail-in tallies in the state had been “haphazardly sewn together” like “Frankenstein’s beast.”
Several Trump campaign suits have actually been dismissed, and legal specialists stated the staying cases do not provide Trump, a Republican politician, a practical path to overturning the election results.
Below is a list of litigation that could play out in the coming days.
JUDGE TOSSES SUIT TO BLOCK BIDEN’S PENNSYLVANIA WIN
The Trump project sued on Nov. 9 to prevent Biden, a Democrat, from being accredited by election officials as the winner in Pennsylvania.
The lawsuit said Republican observers were denied access to the counting of mail-in tallies, a claim election officials dispute, and declared inconsistent treatment of mail-in tallies by county authorities.
U.S. District Judge Matthew Brann in Williamsport, Pennsylvania dismissed the case on Saturday. The judge blasted the Trump for presenting “stretched legal arguments” and “speculative allegations.”
Brann stated that he “has no authority to eliminate the right to vote of even a single p