Daniel Cameron Joins Republican AGs In Challenging Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballots


Two days after former Vice President Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election, Kentucky’s attorney general will join other Republican AGs Monday in taking “major legal action” in the case challenging Pennsylvania’s mail-in ballots.

A Sunday media advisory, which mentioned Daniel Cameron’s involvement, did not specify what action is being taken. But it’s presumed a lawsuit will be filed related to the mail-in ballots in the state that gave Biden the electoral college win over President Donald Trump.

The Philadelphia Inquirer Sunday evening reported Trump’s legal team will contest Biden’s win, starting with a federal suit to be filed Monday alleging that the commonwealth’s two largest cities — Philadelphia and Pittsburgh — were awash in vote fraud.

Cameron, a political protege of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, was elected as Kentucky’s top law enforcement officer in November 2019. He and attorneys general of Louisiana, Georgia and Missouri, will hold a virtual press conference at 2:30 p.m. Monday to announce their plans.

“The Republican AGs are already stepping up to the frontlines as ‘America’s insurance policy’ against the possibility of a Biden-Harris Administration and their liberal extremist agenda,”  the advisory stated.

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