Nov. 4 (UPI)– The Trump campaign filed a suit in a Michigan court Wednesday asking to have the state’s vote count halted, a project official revealed.
Bill Stepien, Trump’s project manager, required the state to give project representatives “significant access” to observe the counting procedure.
” As votes in Michigan continue to be counted, the governmental race in the state stays very tight as we always knew it would be,” he stated
” President Trump’s project has not been offered with significant access to various counting places to observe the opening of tallies and the counting procedure, as ensured by Michigan law.”
The lawsuit likewise requires the campaign to be allowed to evaluate the ballots that have already been opened and counted.
” President Trump is devoted to ensuring that all legal votes are counted in Michigan and all over else,” Stepien said.
Previously Wednesday, the Trump project said it planned to officially request a recount in Wisconsin, where, with 99%of the vote counted, Biden is favored with 49.4%of the vote to Trump’s 48.4%. There’s a difference of about 20,000 votes, within the 1%margin that allows for a recount.
Multiple news outlets have called Wisconsin in Biden’s favor.
Trump might also challenge the counting effort in Pennsylvania, where his project is expected to hold a press conference aro