Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent changes in state election laws, the 2020 election cycle has been highly litigious, to say the least. Over 325 lawsuits have been filed since the primary election season alone. As the Heritage Foundation's Hans von Spakovsky told the Daily Caller: "Almost all of them have been filed by the progressive left and their allies in the Democratic Party."
It is unknown to what extent the left's left's aggressive litigation strategy will affect the election. The Daily Caller noted specifically that litigation on issues such as vote fraud, late ballots, mismatched signatures, drop boxes, and curbside voting could affect the outcome the most. It remains to be seen what issues will pop up on election day and the days that follow.
As we move forward, it is important to understand the arduous journey the U.S. election system has taken in 2020. The House Administration Republicans have put together a timeline of the significant events of the 2020 election cycle which provides great context for the relevant issues that may arise on Election Day.
For months Republicans have been sounding the alarm that expanding vote-by-mail takes years for states to implement, but Democrats have continued to ignore the warning signs...— House Admin. Committee GOP (@HouseAdmnGOP) October 29, 2020
Because of these documented issues, we have launched a whistleblower webpage for concerned citizens to report any waste, fraud, & abuse related to election administration issues. Here's how you report them: https://t.co/vgOjSIfvnW— House Admin. Committee GOP (@HouseAdmnGOP) October 29, 2020
It is crucial that everyone do their part to ensure the integrity of our elections. It is likely that some races could take days or weeks to resolve. If you are interested in volunteering in the days following Election Day, sign up here.
We look forward to reelecting the only candidate in the presidential race who respects the rule of law and seeing other Republican victories across the country!