SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah’s newly reelected lawyer common stated Friday he takes private go away time to assist help President Donald Trump’s authorized challenges to election procedures. Trump has claimed with out proof that the vote is unfair and rigged.
Republican Lawyer Common Sean Reyes wrote on Twitter that he’ll be serving to help litigation in a number of states coping with what he referred to as a “compromised” election course of. State and federal officers haven’t reported any cases of widespread voter fraud.
“Biden & his allies know @POTUS will win if solely verified, #authorized votes are counted,” Reyes wrote. “We’re ensuring that occurs however seems like courts might need to determine that.”
Trump’s marketing campaign and Republicans already are mounting authorized challenges in a number of states, though most are small-scale lawsuits that don’t seem to have an effect on many votes. Reyes didn’t say which lawsuits he could be engaged on, and his consultant didn’t reply to requests for remark.
The left-leaning nonprofit Alliance for a Higher Utah issued a pointy rebuke of Reyes’ tweets and criticized him for getting ready to contest election outcomes that he disagrees with. The group referred to as his allegations of voter fraud “irresponsible and easily not true.”
“Reyes is exhibiting the place his true loyalties lie — not with the individuals of Utah, however with the party-line politics of Trump and the Republican Lawyer Common Affiliation,” Government Director Chase Thomas wrote in an announcement.