The Hill reports:
A Wisconsin judge on Thursday rejected an effort to dismiss a civil case against 10 fake electors for former President Trump and two of Trump’s attorneys, court records show.
The suit in Wisconsin was filed by two Democratic electors and a voter, and it alleged the defendants were part of Trump’s conspiracy to stay in power.
They are seeking $2.4 million and are asking the judge to bar the GOP electors from serving as electors again. One of the defendants, attorney Kenneth Chesebro, is understood to be one of the unnamed coconspirators mentioned in the federal indictment against Trump.
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A Wisconsin judge rejected an effort to dismiss a civil case against 10 fake electors for former President Trump and two of Trump’s attorneys, court records show. Here’s what we know. https://t.co/8RqXFBNVNW
— The Hill (@thehill) August 11, 2023
Remember, Ginni Thomas was *actively involved* in fake electors schemes in Arizona and Wisconsin.
Holding her accountable should be part of the larger picture of accountability for the Big Lie and the insurrection.
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) August 5, 2023