NEW: 117 State Legislators From Contested Battleground States Ask VP Pence to Delay Certification of Electoral Votes

NEW: 117 State Legislators From Contested Battleground States Ask VP Pence to Delay Certification of Electoral Votes


More than 100 state legislators from contested key states asked Vice President Mike Pence to delay the certification of electoral votes by 10 days.

The state lawmakers are asking for more time to investigate voter fraud and irregularities to determine whether the election results for Joe Biden should be decertified.

Article II Clause 1 Section 2 of the Constitution gives state legislatures plenary power to choose which electors are sent to Congress.

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“We intend on fulfilling our oaths of office by properly investigating and determining whether the election should be certified, or decertified, by our respective state legislatures,” the lawmakers wrote in a letter to Pence. “Additional time must be afforded for the legislatures to meet and for state legislators to fulfill their constitutional duties.”

Just The News reported:

While Pence has said he supports lawmakers who are concerned about the conduct of the November election, he has not indicated whether he’d be willing to go as far

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