So your eyes don’t glaze over with the legalese, here’s only the opening salvo fired at incumbent President Trump’s effort to derail or disrupt the election count in Nevada –>
For the fifth time since April, a conservative leaning entity or organ of the Republican Party has run to a Nevada state or federal court with entirely fabricated claims of voter fraud and vote dilution.1 Each time, their claims have been unsuccessful. Indeed, just four days ago, in a nearly identical case, Judge Wilson from the District Court in Carson City found after an eight-hour evidentiary hearing that the same lawyers who filed this lawsuit had failed to offer evidence of “any fraudulent ballot being validated or any valid ballot invalidated” or any evidence of “debasement or dilution of a citizen’s vote” because of Clark County’s use of a signature match machine. Ex. B, Nov. 2, 2020 Order, Kraus v. Cegavske, No. 20-OC-00142-1B, Dept. 2, at 4, 13. Similarly, Judge Wilson found baseless Plaintiffs’ claims that public observation of the process was being in any way unlawfully impeded. Id. at 10-11. Now, with nearly all of the votes in the state having already been counted, a group of plaintiffs backed by President Trump’s campaign has filed a lawsuit requesting a remedy that would meaningfully slow Clark County’s ballot processing just as its votes could swing the presidential election.2 The Democratic National Committee (“DNC”) and Nevada State Democratic Party (“NSDP,” together, “Proposed Intervenors”) plainly have a significantly protectable interest in this case.https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2020/11/201106-Doc10-Motion-to-Intervene-as-Defendants-by-DNC-and-Nevada-State-Democratic-Party.pdf Note: document filed November 6, 2020.
Originating page: https://www.democracydocket.com/cases/clark-county-vote-count-halt/