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Rep. Mark Amodei (R-NV) doesn’t believe that the effort broke any laws, in part, because the documents submitted by the NV GOP electors were patently not official, with no governor’s seal and no reference to a “final determination” or “certificate of ascertainment,” which is “a term of art that’s been around for a very long time.”

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Indy DC Download: Democrats’ voting rights push thwarted by Democrats

In a speech on the Senate floor, Sen. Jacky Rosen (D-NV) raised concerns about future elections in Nevada with former Assemblyman Jim Marchant, who is leading a coalition of so-called “America First” GOP secretary of state candidates with the goal of trying “to fix 2020 like President Trump said.”

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