Urgent: Tell your Attorney General to protect voters’ constitutional voting rights
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) is leading the nation to preserve 2020 election integrity for our nation’s constitutional republic. AG Paxton is to be highly commended for filing a federal election lawsuit against states he rightfully claims have violated federal election requirements for the presidential election. Paxton filed his lawsuit in the U.S. Supreme Court against the states of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
Take action now. It's imperative you contact and urge your state's Attorney General to join Texas AG Paxton's lawsuit against the unconstitutional actions of these defendant states.
This lawsuit may very well be the legal action that preserves the integrity of the 2020 federal elections, including the elections for President, the U.S. Senate, and the U.S. House of Representatives.
The U.S. Constitution says clearly that state legislatures have the sole authority to adopt and revise state laws governing national elections. In defiance of the plain reading of the Constitution, officials in these defendant states acted independently of state legislative authority and unlawfully changes their state's election laws. This is a clear violation of the U.S. Constitution and constitutes an act of lawlessness.
Unlawful actions of officials in these defendant states sent millions of ballots through the mail, and many were placed in drop boxes where the chain of custody of the ballots was either minimal or non-existent. Defendant states also illegally changed the laws on signature verification and witness requirements for mail-in ballots.
According to the lawsuit, the defendant states' unlawful actions are so egregious that, "If the Defendant States are permitted to violate the requirements of the Constitution in the appointment of their presidential electors, the resulting vote of the Electoral College not only lacks constitutional legitimacy, but the Constitution itself will be forever sullied."
Texas AG Paxton is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to "temporarily restrain the Defendant States from voting in the electoral college" or "vacate the Defendant States' elector certifications from the unconstitutional 2020 election results." He is also demanding that the legislatures of the defendant states appoint lawful electors as required by the U.S. Constitution in instances like this.
Contact and urge your state's Attorney General to defend your constitutional voting rights. Tell your attorney general to join suit with Texas AG Paxton against those states that violated the constitutional requirements for the presidential election.