(US) – A campaign for the re-election of US President Donald Trump has sued New Jersey, following Friday’s decision by its democratically elected president to send everyone to the country to vote in the November election and to hold a personal vote. during the coronavirus epidemic.
U.S. President Donald Trump boards Air Force One as he leaves Iowa and Arizona at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, US, August 18, 2020.
Governor Pil Murphy’s announcement comes as Trump, a Republican, intensifies his attacks on postal voting, which is expected to dramatically increase this decline due to the novel coronavirus.
Trump’s campaign filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in New Jersey last Tuesday Tuesday that “Executive Order 177” was invalid.
The insertion was made as a ‘complaint of disclosure and further damages’ and described the action taken by the Democrat as “illegal”.
It has made two allegations – firstly, that Murphy used the powers of the State Legislature to change the law on state elections, and secondly, that the changes “would violate the right of authorized citizens”.
Trump said the voting system is at risk of being manipulated by large numbers, although experts say voter fraud of any kind is not uncommon in the United States.
New Jersey will use methods similar to those that used its first vote in July, Murphy said last week, as well as development based on the lessons learned at the time.
“There will be a lot of safe ballot boxes, make sure there is that right to vote,” he said, referring to a person’s voting.
Citizens who choose to go to the polls on November 3 will do so on “temporary voting,” meaning they will have to use ballot papers and not voting machines, so officials can monitor dual voting, Murphy said.
Election officials in many provinces have encouraged local voting as the environment most affected by coronavirus has made it difficult to vote personally.
Trump’s re-election campaign with the Republican national party this month also accused Nevada of obstructing voter turnout before the November election, saying it would lead to “voter insecurity” corruption.