Pennsylvania Lawmakers Formally Introduce Resolution to Dispute 2020 Elections Results

Repub­li­can state law­mak­ers in Penn­syl­va­nia on Mon­day intro­duced a res­o­lu­tion to dis­pute the results of the 2020 election.

The text of the res­o­lu­tion, first pre­viewed in a memo on Nov. 27, states that the exec­u­tive and judi­cial branch­es of the Key­stone State’s gov­ern­ment usurped the legislature’s con­sti­tu­tion­al pow­er to set the rules of the election.

“Offi­cials in the Exec­u­tive and Judi­cial Branch­es of the Com­mon­wealth infringed upon the Gen­er­al Assembly’s author­i­ty under the Con­sti­tu­tion of the Unit­ed States by unlaw­ful­ly chang­ing the rules gov­ern­ing the Novem­ber 3, 2020, elec­tion in the Com­mon­wealth,” the res­o­lu­tion (pdf) states.

The res­o­lu­tion calls on the sec­re­tary of the Com­mon­wealth to with­draw the “pre­ma­ture cer­ti­fi­ca­tion” of the pres­i­den­tial elec­tion and delay cer­ti­fy­ing oth­er races, declares the 2020 elec­tion to be in dis­pute, and urges the U.S. Con­gress “to declare the selec­tion of pres­i­den­tial elec­tors in this Com­mon­wealth to be in dispute.”

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