A Clark County district court judge on Wednesday struck down a defeated Republican congressional candidate’s attempt to force a new election in Clark County.
Rory Appleton joined the Review-Journal in May 2019 as a politics reporter after five years with The Fresno Bee, where he most recently covered politics. Born and raised in Fresno, he graduated with a degree in print journalism from Fresno State University before joining his hometown paper, where his work earned six California News Publishers Association top awards in a two-year span.
A Clark County district judge ruled against an attempt by April Becker, a defeated Nevada Senate candidate, to invalidate the results of the county’s Nov. 3 election.
Republican congressional challenger Dan Rodimer’s court bid for a new election in Clark County was pushed back until Tuesday after a Monday hearing hit a preliminary snag.
A Clark County district court judge on Friday denied two attempts by Republicans to overturn the Nov. 3 election results in Nevada’s most populous county.
Defeated Republican congressional candidate Dan Rodimer filed a lawsuit asking a Clark County judge to overturn the county’s certified election results and order a new contest.
Clark County has warned voters of unsolicited calls that give “inaccurate information” about whether their votes were counted.
The Nevada Republican Party held a news conference Tuesday to announce another lawsuit centered around the GOP’s continued election fraud allegations.
With the 2020 general election stretching into the weekend without a declared victor, courts in Nevada and beyond may yet play a role in deciding the country’s next president.
Two Republican congressional campaigns and a Nevada voter filed a federal lawsuit Thursday night asking the court to stop the use of Clark County’s electronic mail ballot counting machine and making a variety of fraud accusations.
Most of the four major-party candidates are staying tight-lipped as they await a crucial Thursday morning update from Clark County election officials.
Democrat Susie Lee led Republican Dan Rodimer by just 1.5 percent, with a little over 48 percent to Rodimer’s nearly 47.
A judge ruled Monday that Clark County must turn over some public records to the Nevada Republican Party and President Donald Trump’s campaign, but denied or delayed the lion’s share of Republican requests for information on mail balloting and signature verification.
More people have cast ballots already in Nevada — either by mail or using in-person early voting — than voted in the entire 2016 election, secretary of state figures show.