We were looking forward to Donald Trump doing something special during Election Day and the Republican nominee didn’t failed to deliver. To be more specific, his campaign wanted to direct a county registar of voters to preserve and segregate ballots from voting machines in four early voting sites from Nevada, says CNN Politics.
Yes, Trump is still suspicious about the ‘rigged system’
However, a court judge from the state forcefully denied his request this Tuesday, according to the same source.
The state law says that voters who are in line at 8 p.m., when the polls will close, must be allowed to express their option. Donald Trump’s lawsuit, filed on Monday, claimed that election officials violated state law, allowing people to join the line after 8 p.m at a location from a Latino market, during last week’s early voting period.
“We have to keep the system honest,” Trump said on Fox News on Tuesday, before finding out that the Eighth Judicial District Court Judge Gloria Sturman rejected his request.
Donald Trump managed to create a lot of controversy last month, after saying that he might not accept the result of the elections, if he considers it unfair.
Nevada, a key state
Him and Hillary Clinton are in a close contest, aiming to obtain Nevada’s six electoral votes. The Silver State is one of the several states that allows early voting, while Las Vegas is well known for being a region expected to vote for Hillary Clinton in big numbers.