Alaska Becomes 19th State to Join Texas’ SCOTUS Lawsuit Against Battleground States

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Alaska has become the 19th state to join Texas in its Supreme Court lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of the election results in four battleground states.

“The State of Alaska hereby joins the Brief of Amicus Curiae States of Missouri and 16 other states in support of Plaintiff’s Motino for Leave to File Bill of Complaint,” wrote Acting Attorney General Clyde Sniffen, Jr. Thursday. “Counsel for the State of Missouri does not oppose this request.”

Texas’ suit filed with the Supreme Court alleges Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Georgia made unconstitutional changes to election laws using the Covid-19 pandemic as a pretext.

Attorney General of Texas Ken Paxton filed the lawsuit late Monday and can be read below:



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