A jury trial in a lawsuit seeking $2.4 million in damages from Republicans who tried to vote for Donald Trump in 2020, even though he lost, is set to begin just two months before the 2024 presidential election. .
On Wednesday, Dane County Circuit Judge Frank Remington scheduled the trial to begin Sept. 3, 2024, and last for a month. The defendants are expected to file a motion to dismiss the case in the coming weeks. Many other legal moves are expected over the next year that could affect the trial start date.
Democrats have filed a lawsuit against fake voters and two Trump lawyers, arguing they violated a number of laws and were part of a plot by Trump and his allies to undo his defeat in the race 2020 presidential election. He also seeks to prevent Republicans from serving as voters again.
CONSERVATIVE ELEMENTS SAY THE ELECTION WAS LOST, NOT STOLEN
Fake voters huddled in Wisconsin and other battleground states where Trump was defeated in 2020, attempting to vote for the former president even though he lost. Republicans who participated in Wisconsin said they were trying to preserve Trump’s legal status in case the courts overturn his defeat.
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President Joe Biden won Wisconsin by nearly 21,000 votes, a result that withstood recounts, partisan-led investigations, a nonpartisan audit and multiple lawsuits.
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