A Republican Occasion chapter in Montana is counting the variety of mail-in envelopes acquired in connection to the 2020 presidential election.

The Missoula County Republican Central Committee agreed to pay up to $5,000 so as to recount mail-in envelopes from November 2020 filed within the county, the Related Press reported. The rely was initiated after a non-public group not affiliated with the committee mentioned its rely indicated that there have been about 4,600 extra mail-in votes than envelopes used within the election, which was held by mail due to the pandemic.

This rely comes amid an uptick in election fraud skepticism surrounding the 2020 presidential election. An ongoing battle in Wisconsin started because of an impartial report by the state’s Republican Occasion that advisable the decertification of the state’s 2020 election, one thing that each Democrats and Republicans mentioned was unconstitutional.

This can be a growing story and can be up to date when extra info is obtainable.

Missoula County Courthouse
A Republican Occasion chapter in Montana is counting the variety of mail-in envelopes acquired in connection to the 2020 presidential election. Above, the Missoula County Courthouse is proven.
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