Biden Urges GOP to End Mail-in Voting Lawsuits Amid Trump’s New Stance

Reelection team for President Joe Biden has made a significant request to well-known Republicans: they want them to drop their legal challenges to mail-in voting. This unprecedented step is in reaction to Donald Trump's unexpected support of this voting system. Though Trump has previously criticized mail-in ballots because of worries about fraud, his 2024 campaign has launched the "Swamp the Vote" campaign to promote mail-in voting as a practical choice and increase supporter involvement.

Biden's campaign manager Julie Chavez Rodriguez stressed that Trump should ask the Republican National Committee (RNC) and his supporters to dismiss all current litigation across the country if he truly supports mail-in voting. The RNC has been involved in legal actions aimed at limiting many facets of mail-in voting, especially in important swing states like Nevada, where ballots received after Election Day are valid as long as they were postmarked before that day.

In addition, the RNC is working to prevent post-election postal balloting in states including Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Mississippi. They also contest Nevada's rule allowing mail-in ballots up to three days following Election Day to be accepted without postmarks.

It is not contradictory, according to Republicans, to support mail-in voting while also suing to improve its security. They argue that there may be opportunity for fraud in certain of the ways mailed ballots received after Election Day are tallied. Trump has based his allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 election and the January 6th Capitol attack mostly on his position on mail-in votes.

Reacting to these incidents, Republicans have tightened mail-in voting regulations in a number of states.


Written by Staff Reports

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