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ELECTION 2020

Reuters identified five police trainers whose political commentary on social media has echoed extremist opinions or who have public ties to far-right figures. They work for one or more of 35 firms that advertised at least 10 police or public-safety training sessions in 2021.
Eight known attempts to gain unauthorized access to voting systems in five U.S. states since the 2020 election involved local Republican officeholders or party activists who have advanced Trump’s stolen-election falsehoods or conspiracy theories about rigged voting machines.
The House of Representatives Oversight Committee asked the National Archives and Records Administration for more information about “what appear to be the largest scale violations of the presidential records act since its enactment."
Trump's fixation on 2020 has fanned concerns among establishment Republicans that he is putting personal revenge above party success by endorsing challengers running against incumbent Republicans who have crossed him.

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Defamation suit follows larger one by Dominion
Prosecutors asked for 45 days behind bars for Jordan Stotts, but a federal judge sentenced him to 60 days of home confinement and 60 hours of community service.
Nancy Erickson, who won her fifth term on the Bemidji City Council in 2020, announced her resignation Wednesday, Sept. 8. A special election will now be needed for the Ward 5 seat.
Mark Ulsaker was originally charged with four crimes: second-degree assault with a weapon, fourth-degree assault of a police officer and two counts of making threats of violence.
Lindell made the Frank launch party announcement on the podcast "Bannon's War Room" hosted by Steve Bannon, a former top adviser to President Donald Trump, Wednesday, April 28.
Pro-Trump businessman Mike Lindell's privately owned company sued Dominion in federal court in Minnesota, alleging a campaign to "silence" and "punish" him for his claims about the election software company.

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‘Bamboozled’ voters ended up as plaintiffs
The United States Supreme Court on Monday, Feb. 22, declined to hear a challenge to the March Trump-only ballot, allowing it to stand.
According to the complaint, Mike Lindell knowingly participated in spreading disinformation that Dominion's voting systems stole the election in favor of President Joe Biden. The company calls this the "Big Lie."

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