Trump campaign files lawsuit in Arizona claiming “incorrectly rejected votes”

Maricopa County is being sued by President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign as well as the RNC, alleging the county “incorrectly rejected votes” made by in-person voters on Election Day.

Per Fox News “The lawsuit, filed in the Superior Court for the state of Arizona and for the County of Maricopa, alleges that numerous voters were alerted by devices in an electronic tabulation machine to a “facial irregularity” in their ballot, which they described as an “overvote,” but that they were “induced by poll workers to override the tabulator’s rejection of the ballot in the good faith belief that their vote would be duly registered and tabulated.”

Matt Morgan, Trump’s 2020 counsel explained “when a machine detects an overvote on a ballot, poll workers should inform in-person voters of the error and give them an opportunity to correct the issue. Instead, poll workers in Maricopa County pressed, and told voters to press, a green button to override the error. As a result, the machines disregarded the voter’s choices in the overvoted races.”