Utah AG Reyes Claims ‘Compromised’ Election Process, Will Support Trump


SALT LAKE CITY — Fresh off being reelected as Utah’s Attorney General, Sean Reyes says he will be taking personal leave time to help support the Trump campaign’s claim of a “compromised” election process.

“On personal leave time to help prepare and support litigation in several states dealing with compromised election process.”

Reyes did not specify which states have had alleged compromised elections or where he will assist Trump.

Since Election Night, President Trump has made numerous accusations, without offering any evidence, that elections in many states have been compromised. The president’s campaign lawyers have filed lawsuits in a number of states where Trump is trailing, some of which have already been dismissed.

Reyes, who defeated Democratic challenger Greg Skordas on Tuesday, is Utah’s co-chair for the Trump 2020 campaign and has been a fervent supporter of the president.

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