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FILE PHOTO: A poll worker supervisor looks on as she handles an envelope of original ballots at the TCF center after Election Day in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., November 4, 2020. Two Republicans on the county’s canvassing board attempted to rescind their votes to certify the county’s results after Trump himself called them. Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, a Democrat, said the certification could not be reversed. The state board, which includes two Democrats and two Republicans, is due to meet on Monday to certify election results and will have as many as 20 days to do so. The Secretary of State’s office on Friday recommended that the state board certify the results, which showed Biden winning in Michigan by 154,187 votes.
Persons: Rebecca Cook WASHINGTON, Wayne County, Donald Trump’s, Democrat Joe Biden, Trump, Jocelyn Benson, Biden, Organizations: TCF, REUTERS, Republican National Committee, Michigan Republican Party, Democrat, Republican Locations: Detroit , Michigan, U.S, Wayne, Black, Detroit, Michigan, Wayne county
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump, battered by back-to-back setbacks in his desperate bid to overturn the U.S. presidential election, persisted with claims of massive voter fraud on Saturday, two weeks after Democrat Joe Biden was declared president-elect. His campaign has not been able to provide any evidence for its claims of widespread and coordinated electoral fraud, however. “To effectuate this strategy, Defendants are openly seeking to disenfranchise Black voters, including voters in Detroit, Michigan,” said the lawsuit. PRESSURE TO START FORMAL TRANSITIONBiden, who has denounced Trump’s attempt to reverse the election results as “totally irresponsible”, was due to spend Saturday meeting with transition advisers. Senior Republicans have remained largely silent about Trump’s unsubstantiated claims of election fraud or have defended his right to seek redress, but pressure was building after several voiced doubts on Friday.
Persons: Donald Trump, Democrat Joe Biden, Lim Huey Teng Trump, Biden, Brad Raffensperger, Trump, Mike Shirkey, Lee Chatfield, , ” Trump, , Trump’s, Rudolph Giuliani Organizations: WASHINGTON, Democrat, APEC, REUTERS, Republican, Democratic, Georgia, , Twitter, Trump, Electoral, Detroit, Wayne, Senior Republicans, General Services Administration Locations: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Georgia, Michigan, ” Michigan, Pennsylvania, Detroit, Detroit , Michigan, Wayne County
(Reuters) - Lawyers for the city of Detroit have asked a judge to reprimand President Donald Trump’s campaign for spreading “disinformation” in a court filing about the certification of a Michigan county’s election results. Detroit’s lawyers said on Thursday that the campaign included “impertinent and false language” in the filing and asked a federal judge to strike the disputed document from the case record. Mark “Thor” Hearne, the Trump campaign lawyer who submitted the document, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Trump has refused to concede since President-elect Joe Biden captured the more than 270 electoral votes needed to win the Nov. 3 presidential election. On Tuesday, the four-member Wayne County board certified the election results in the county.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Emily Elconin, Wayne County “, , “ impertinent, Janet Neff, ” Neff, Mark “ Thor ” Hearne, Trump, Joe Biden, Organizations: Reuters, Wayne County Community College, REUTERS, Canvassers, U.S, Michigan’s Republican, Constitution, Electoral, Republican Locations: Detroit, Michigan, Wayne, Detroit , Michigan, U.S, Wayne County, Washington, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin
Trump’s lawyers are seeking to take the power of appointing electors away from the governors and secretaries of state and give it to friendly state lawmakers from his party, saying the U.S. Constitution gives legislatures the ultimate authority. A senior Trump campaign official told Reuters its plan is to cast enough doubt on vote-counting in big, Democratic cities that Republican lawmakers will have little choice but to intercede. A Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll published this week suggested the Trump campaign had succeeded in stirring doubt — however unfounded — about the presidential election. The survey found about half of Republicans think Trump “rightfully won” the election he lost. Trump’s campaign dropped a federal lawsuit on Thursday challenging the election results in Michigan, citing the Wayne County officials’ affidavits.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Joe Biden, Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump, Jonathan Ernst, Lee Chatfield, Chatfield, Mike Shirkey, Trump, Biden, , of Canvassers, Monica Palmer, Wayne County “, Palmer, Tracy Wimmer, , Giuliani, Rick Hasen, delegitimize Organizations: DETROIT, U.S, New York City, REUTERS, Trump, Biden, Republican, District of, Electoral, Constitution, Reuters, of, Republicans, Wayne, University of California, School of Law Locations: Washington , U.S, Michigan, Pennsylvania, United States, District of Columbia, U.S, Detroit , Michigan, Wayne County, Irvine
Trump campaign drops Michigan lawsuit: statement
  + stars: | 2020-11-19 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: Votes continue to be counted at the TCF Center the day after the 2020 U.S. presidential election, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., November 4, 2020. REUTERS/Shannon StapletonWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign said on Thursday it was withdrawing its lawsuit disputing vote results in Michigan, in another faltering legal attempt to challenge the Nov. 3 victory of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden. “This morning we are withdrawing our lawsuit in Michigan as a direct result of achieving the relief we sought: to stop the election in Wayne County from being prematurely certified before residents can be assured that every legal vote has been counted and every illegal vote has not been counted,” Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said in a statement.
Persons: Shannon Stapleton WASHINGTON, Donald Trump’s, Joe Biden, ” Trump, Rudy Giuliani Organizations: TCF Center, REUTERS Locations: Detroit , Michigan, U.S, Michigan, Wayne County
Presidential Transition: Georgia Completes Full Recount, Reaffirming Biden’s Win The Georgia secretary of state’s office confirmed the results after six days of hand counting, as president Trump also sought to insert himself into vote-counting in Michigan. The New York Times and other national news outlets called Georgia for Mr. Biden last week. Mr. Trump carried Floyd, Fayette and Walton Counties; Mr. Biden won Douglas County. The Congressional Hispanic Caucus made that request in a letter on Thursday to Jeffrey D. Zients, a co-chair of the Biden transition. to formally initiate the transition between Mr. Trump and Mr. Biden.
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(Reuters) - A Michigan state court rejected on Friday a request by supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump to block the certification of votes and appoint an independent auditor in Detroit, which voted heavily in favor of Democratic President-elect Joe Biden. FILE PHOTO: Votes continue to be counted at the TCF Center the day after the 2020 U.S. presidential election, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., November 4, 2020. The lawsuit alleged fraud and voting irregularities, which Wayne County has denied. Michigan is due to certify its election results on Nov. 23. The campaign and Republicans have also sued in Georgia, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin seeking to block the certification of election results.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Shannon Stapleton, , Timothy Kenny, Wayne County, Trump Organizations: Reuters, U.S, Democratic, TCF Center, REUTERS, Trump, Republicans, of Canvassers, Michigan, Facebook, Western District of Michigan, U.S . Locations: Michigan, Detroit, Detroit , Michigan, U.S, Wayne County, Wayne, Western District, Georgia , Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania
In those states, Trump's campaign is asking judges to bar state officials from certifying election results pending challenges to ballots there. Jenna Ellis, Trump campaign legal advisor, during a Fox Business News interview, said it will "be up to the courts to make sure to hear these cases expeditiously." Biden campaign legal advisor Bob Bauer on Tuesday told reporters that the Trump campaign's array of election lawsuits is "noise, not really law." He pointed out that since Election Day last week, judges have dismissed seven court cases lodged by the Trump campaign in Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, and Pennsylvania. And he said the Trump campaign cannot win the election based on recounts in any state.
Persons: Trump, Joe Biden, Ellis, Jenna Ellis, Donald Trump, Al Gore, George W, Bush, Biden, Brad Raffensperger, Gov, John Fetterman, Fetterman, Bob Bauer, Bauer, Dana Nessel, Nessel Organizations: TCF Center, Democratic, Republican, Fox Business, Electoral, NBC, Trump, Democrat, CNN, Michigan Locations: Detroit, Detroit , Michigan, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Florida, Wisconsin, Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, Luzerne County, Georgia , Michigan
REUTERS/Jim UrquhartThe demonstrations were largely peaceful, although Trump supporters occasionally shouted with counterprotesters. In Arizona, one of the closely contested states in the too-close-to-call race between Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden, Trump and Biden supporters briefly scuffled outside the Maricopa County Elections Department in Phoenix. On the internet, Facebook removed a fast-growing group in which Trump supporters posted violent rhetoric, as it and other social media companies tackled baseless claims and potential violence. Others threw eggs at the Trump supporters from a passing car. In Detroit, a Black Trump supporter and a Black Democratic supporter faced off for a yelling match.
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Posts saying Republicans were not allowed inside Detroit’s ballot-counting room on Nov. 4, the day after the U.S. presidential election, have been shared online. GOP poll challengers react after being asked to leave due to room capacity at the TCF Center after Election Day in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., November 4, 2020. The allegation that Conservatives were barred from coming inside is misleading: Republican and Democrat challengers were allowed inside the room but people from both sides were blocked from re-entering because maximum capacity had been reached. “Officials just had to stop letting more in because the room was well beyond capacity of both Republican and Democrat,” he wrote. “There was never a policy of blocking only one party’s election challengers from entering the CCB (Central Counting Board).
Persons: Rebecca Cook, , , Lawrence Garcia, , ” Jocelyn Benson, Read Organizations: U.S, TCF Center, REUTERS, TCF, Republican, Reuters, Detroit Free Press, Republicans, Democrats, , Democrat, State for, CBS News Locations: Detroit , Michigan, U.S, Detroit, Michigan, United States, COVID, Detroit’s, State for Michigan
'Poll watcher' drama outside Detroit counting room
  + stars: | 2020-11-04 | by ( Reuters Editorial | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
Politics'Poll watcher' drama outside Detroit counting roomPostedEmotions ran high in Detroit, Michigan on Wednesday as so-called 'poll watchers', mostly Republicans but also some Democrats, were asked to leave the room due to overcapacity, with some calling on officials to "stop the count."
Locations: Detroit, Detroit , Michigan
Don't hold your breath for a call in the presidential race. Election results from Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania could take until later this week to complete official tallies, according to officials. The three states represent a combined 46 electoral votes, with 16 from Michigan, 20 from Pennsylvania and 10 from Wisconsin. That's nearly a fifth of the required 270 electoral votes for a victory. Georgia has 16 electoral votes, and North Carolina has 15.
Persons: That's, Democrat Joe Biden, Donald Trump Organizations: Detroit Department, Central, Board, TCF Center, Democrat, NBC News Locations: Detroit , Michigan, Michigan , Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, NBC News . Pennsylvania
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A pair of popular two-term state governors have put Democrats within striking range of winning control of the U.S. Senate after Tuesday’s election, and with better than a bare 50-seat majority. Such an outcome would all but give Democrats the Senate majority, if Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wins the White House and the party maintains its majority in the House of Representatives. Hickenlooper and Bullock were recruited to expand the number of paths Democrats had to ending the current 53-seat Republican Senate majority, according to party officials. Forty-three percent of the state’s 4.1 million voters have already cast ballots, including 54% of Democrats, 42% of Republicans and 37% of independents, according to the U.S. Bullock’s chances for unseating Daines could depend on how many Trump voters split their tickets in a state where voters have not joined the national trend to vote by straight tickets.
Persons: Steve Bullock, Lucas Jackson, Lucas Jackson Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, Mark Kelly, Joe Biden, Hickenlooper, Kelly, Cory Gardner, Martha McSally, Bullock, Steve Daines, Donald Trump’s, Donald Trump, Trump, , David Parker, Gardner, Kamala Harris, Biden, Kyle Saunders, David Parker, Kyle Saunders Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Senate, Montana, Democratic, REUTERS, Lucas Jackson Former Colorado Governor, Republican, White, Representatives, Republican Party, Montana State University, Hickenlooper, Biden, North, Trump ., Elections, Colorado State University, Daines, Trump voters, Bullock, WASHINGTON (Reuters), Michigan, REUTERS, Montana State University, Senator Kamala Harris Locations: Detroit , Michigan, Montana, Arizona, Arizona , Colorado, Maine, North Carolina, Iowa, Georgia , Kansas, South Carolina, California, Detroit, Arizona
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A pair of popular two-term state governors have put Democrats within striking range of winning control of the U.S. Senate after Tuesday’s election, and with better than a bare 50-seat majority. Such an outcome would all but give Democrats the Senate majority, if Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wins the White House and the party maintains its majority in the House of Representatives. Hickenlooper and Bullock were recruited to expand the number of paths Democrats had to ending the current 53-seat Republican Senate majority, according to party officials. Forty-three percent of the state’s 4.1 million voters have already cast ballots, including 54% of Democrats, 42% of Republicans and 37% of independents, according to the U.S. Bullock’s chances for unseating Daines could depend on how many Trump voters split their tickets in a state where voters have not joined the national trend to vote by straight tickets.
Persons: Steve Bullock, Lucas Jackson, Lucas Jackson Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, Mark Kelly, Joe Biden, Hickenlooper, Kelly, Cory Gardner, Martha McSally, Bullock, Steve Daines, Donald Trump’s, Donald Trump, Trump, , David Parker, Gardner, Kamala Harris, Biden, Kyle Saunders, David Parker, Kyle Saunders Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Senate, Montana, Democratic, REUTERS, Lucas Jackson Former Colorado Governor, Republican, White, Representatives, Republican Party, Montana State University, Hickenlooper, Biden, North, Trump ., Elections, Colorado State University, Daines, Trump voters, Bullock, WASHINGTON (Reuters), Michigan, REUTERS, Montana State University, Senator Kamala Harris Locations: Detroit , Michigan, Montana, Arizona, Arizona , Colorado, Maine, North Carolina, Iowa, Georgia , Kansas, South Carolina, California, Detroit, Arizona
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A pair of popular two-term state governors have put Democrats within striking range of winning control of the U.S. Senate after Tuesday’s election, and with better than a bare 50-seat majority. Such an outcome would all but give Democrats the Senate majority, if Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wins the White House and the party maintains its majority in the House of Representatives. Hickenlooper and Bullock were recruited to expand the number of paths Democrats had to ending the current 53-seat Republican Senate majority, according to party officials. Forty-three percent of the state’s 4.1 million voters have already cast ballots, including 54% of Democrats, 42% of Republicans and 37% of independents, according to the U.S. Bullock’s chances for unseating Daines could depend on how many Trump voters split their tickets in a state where voters have not joined the national trend to vote by straight tickets.
Persons: Steve Bullock, Lucas Jackson, Lucas Jackson Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, Mark Kelly, Joe Biden, Hickenlooper, Kelly, Cory Gardner, Martha McSally, Bullock, Steve Daines, Donald Trump’s, Donald Trump, Trump, , David Parker, Gardner, Kamala Harris, Biden, Kyle Saunders, David Parker, Kyle Saunders Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Senate, Montana, Democratic, REUTERS, Lucas Jackson Former Colorado Governor, Republican, White, Representatives, Republican Party, Montana State University, Hickenlooper, Biden, North, Trump ., Elections, Colorado State University, Daines, Trump voters, Bullock, WASHINGTON (Reuters), Michigan, REUTERS, Montana State University, Senator Kamala Harris Locations: Detroit , Michigan, Montana, Arizona, Arizona , Colorado, Maine, North Carolina, Iowa, Georgia , Kansas, South Carolina, California, Detroit, Arizona
Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, Barack Obama ReutersWASHINGTON — For two men whose political legacies are deeply intertwined, the contrast between Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his former boss, President Barack Obama, was a sharp one on Tuesday. A Trump campaign spokeswoman did not immediately reply to a request for comment on Biden's final week strategy. Data from the 2008 election showed that a higher share of young voters turned out that year than in any presidential election since 1972. Compared with either Obama or Harris, Biden spent little time on Tuesday attacking Trump. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden speaks at The Mountain Top Inn & Resort in Warm Springs, Georgia, on Oct. 27, 2020.
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What a shot! 22 amazing sports photos
  + stars: | 2020-07-13 | by ( ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +4 min
The Inspiration Games saw 30 athletes compete in seven different venues around the globe as organizers sought an alternative to the Zurich Diamond League amid the coronavirus pandemic. Mark Metcalfe/Getty ImagesThe Boston Red Sox play in an intrasquad game at Fenway Park in Boston on July 9. Phiippe Lopez/AFP/Getty ImagesWest Ham's Michail Antonio scores a goal during a Premier League match between Norwich City and West Ham in Norwich, England, on July 11. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty ImagesLewis Hamilton drives during the Styria Formula One Grand Prix in Spielberg, Austria, on July 12. Alvaro Barrientos/APDrivers kneel behind a banner that reads "End Racism" before the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix in Spielberg, Austria, on July 5.
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