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RNC Announces Legal Challenge Teams In Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania

Following numerous incidences of voting irregularities, RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said that the RNC has legal teams already on the ground in four states to fight back against Democrat efforts to disenfranchise voters and ensure that every vote for President Trump and other Republicans is counted fairly and accurately as required by law.
 
“Democrats and their friends in the media spent four years talking about a Russia hoax on the grounds of election integrity. Now with just 48 hours after polls closed in an actual presidential election, they want to ignore clear irregularities, rush to call states as won, and end the election,” RNC Chairwoman McDaniel said. “We will not stand for that.”
 
“Every candidate, in every office from president down to the local level, has a legal right to challenge irregularities that occur in the process of canvassing ballots. We intend to ensure that every lawful voter has their vote counted in accordance with the law, that observers are granted the access they are due under state law, and that any irregularities that have occurred – whether by malicious intent or incompetence – are fully investigated to the fullest extent allowed under of the law. We will not give up on this process until every last issue has been resolved.”
 
According to the RNC following team leaders have been named in each state:
 
Arizona
State Director: Brian Seitchik
Legal Director: Matt Raymer
Media Director: Keith Schipper
 
Georgia
State Director: Brian Barrett
Legal Director: Joy Lee
Media Director: Danielle Alvarez
 
Michigan
State Director: Kim Jorns
Legal Director: Thor Hearne
Media Director: Michael Joyce
 
Pennsylvania
State Director: Jon Black
Legal Director: Marc Robertson
Media Director: Rachel Lee

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