“McDaniel camp gathers evidence as it prepares legal challenge”

CNN reports.

Justin Levitt, a professor at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, and an expert in national election law, said he believes a thorough review of election records will reveal fewer illegal votes than skeptics of the runoff claim.

Levitt said that partial election records, like those reviewed by True the Vote and McDaniel supporters, can often overstate voter fraud, which is later revealed as clerical error or due to voters with identical names and birth dates — which Levitt said is actually very common.

“It’s always difficult to predict what is going to happen,” Levitt said. “They can give more or less of a thumbs up or down on each of the lawsuit’s claims.”

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