President Trump calls for legal action to stop Nevada mail-in voting


Litigation. After Nevada lawmakers approved a bill it would send mail in ballots to all active voters for the fall election from member station K. U NR Paul Berger has more In a tweet. Trump criticized the bill is outrageous and called on Republican Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel to file a suit against the state. Republicans, including the president, have voiced strong opposition devoting by mail, claiming the process is rife with fraud. But when pressed by lawmakers for any evidence of vote tampering during Nevada's recent, mostly mail in primary in June Nevada's Republican Secretary of state, Barbara Sagansky, said no, we have not had any cases of fraud that have been reported to us. Trump also threatened to take legal action against Nevada in that election. For NPR NEWS. I'm Paul Berger in Carson City, California Fire officials

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