A lawyer for Joe Biden’s electors in Nevada said in court Thursday that he thought it was fine for some dead people’s votes to be counted.
Kevin Hamilton said people who voted early but then died before Election Day should still have their votes counted.
Hamilton noted that the Trump campaign didn’t offer any dates of death for the ballots they claim were cast by dead people.
Trump lawyer Jesse Binnall claimed that 1,500 ballots were cast by people listed as deceased by the Social Security Administration.
The judge ruled against President Donald Trump on Friday, however, claiming that no specific ballots had been identified as fraudulent to substantiate their claims.
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