Lawyers representing the Trump campaign in Pennsylvania backed out of a lawsuit that's seeking to block votes in the Keystone State.
But Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says Graham's implications were clear.
On Monday, Georgia's Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger told the Washington Post he has come under increasing pressure from Republicans—including Sen. Lindsey Graham—to throw away legal ballots.
According to the Republican Secretary of State of Georgia, Sen. Lindsey Graham called him and tried to gets votes for Joe Biden tossed.
When President Donald Trump learned at the end of last week that his lawyers were dropping their lawsuit seeking a review of ballots in Arizona, the news caught him by surprise.
It shouldn't be breaking news whenever a GOP official calls Joe Biden by the title he decisively earned, but that's where we are right now.
Donald Trump clearly has no interest in putting in any work for the remainder of his presidency, even in the midst of a public health crisis.
Georgia Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler said she intends to "hold the line" and defeat Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock in January's special runoff election.
“I find this more embarrassing for the country than debilitating for my ability to get started,” the president-elect said in a news conference.
ATLANTA — Georgia's embattled secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, said Monday he and his wife have received death threats over his handling of the state's presidential election.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger claimed that Sen. Lindsay Graham had asked him whether he had the ability to toss legally cast ballots.
The Georgia secretary of state announced Monday that Floyd County had discovered 2,600 uncounted ballots during the statewide recount.
(CNN)Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger stood firm Monday on his account that Sen. Lindsey Graham had hinted that he should try to discard some ballots in Georgia, where a recount is und...
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger discusses Georgia's recount and a phone call he had with Lindsey Graham that was first reported by the Washington Post.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission is refusing to do a statewide recount unless President Donald Trump pays them $7.9 million upfront beforehand. The $7.9 million is the cost estimate of the cost submitted by Wisconsin county clerks. “We still have not received any indication that there will or will not be a recount,” said Meagan Wolfe,…
Even though Trump's legal challenges have been a laughable dumpster fire, he can still do plenty of damage on his way out the door.
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