New York State Supreme Court Judge Scott DelConte told Board of Elections officials that he would not declare a winner in New York's 22nd Congressional District and fix previous errors.
My head is still spinning.
The Democrats might have ousted President Donald Trump and kept the majority in the House, but no one can describe 2020 as a blue wave.
Instead, it might be a sign of things to come if the Democrats do not change their focus.
Republican Marianette Miller-Meeks has already declared victory in the race for Iowa's 2nd district, a contest that came down to just six votes.
Now, days later, the Democrat candidate Rita Hart has decided to challenge the results, in an unexpected way.
You honestly did not think New York's 22nd Congressional District would go without drama before both sides filed more court motions on Wednesday and attend a court session next week, right?
Because of course, it didn't!
In an interview with the Associated Press, Attorney General William Barr indicated that their investigations found no evidence of widespread criminal fraud such that the outcome of the election would change.
The lead for #NY22 changes every single day. Now Republican challenger Claudia Tenney leads Democrat incumbent Anthony Brindisi in the final vote.
But the winner will likely come from the 2,200 affidavit ballots both parties rejected and 270 absentee ballots.
The race for Iowa's second district came down to a razor thin margin. Republican candidate Marianette Miller-Meeks won by a lead of just six votes. This is a flip, as the seat was previously held by a retiring Democrat.
This is an excellent reminder of the importance of vote integrity. A handful of votes decided this contest.
Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been watching her majority shrink significantly as results from the 2020 election continue to come in. And now there is more bad news for her as Republicans flip yet another House seat, this time yet another one in California.
Incumbent Democrat Anthony Brindisi for New York's 22nd Congressional District leads his Republican challenger Claudia Tenney by only 13 votes.
Sources told Newsmax the Democrats' "sudden claim of victory is very misleading."
Not only did Republicans make big gains in the U.S. House on Election Day, but among those elected are men and women whose families fled communist and socialist countries and came to America to build better lives.
Legal Insurrection readers may recall that in 2018, the California city of Stockton's then 27-year old mayor, Michael Tubbs, planned to launch his version of “universal basic income”, where its citizens are paid simply for being citizens.
Two years later, this "rising Democratic star" lost to military veteran Kevin Lincoln.
As the Democratic Party engages in a highly amusing circular firing squad over their shock loss of so many House seats, the impact of Republican gains at the state level doesn't seem to have fully dawned on them. Or if it has, they are doing what they do best, kicking that particular can down the road, a decade down the road.
80-year-old Nancy Pelosi has been re-elected as leader of the Democratic house caucus meaning she'll run for Speaker of the House again if Democrats hold a house majority when all of the election mess has been settled.
Incumbent Rep. Ben McAdams (D-UT) called former football player Burgess Owens to concede their 4th Congressional District race.
The Republicans have flipped 12 seats, narrowing the Democrats majority even more after this Owens' victory.