State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) announces he has drafted and signed a letter sent to Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost urging him to join the state of Texas in their lawsuit to fight election irregularities.
Cutrona is calling upon Yost to join Texas’ lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin against election irregularities, a disregard for the election process, and violations of the Constitution – according to the letter.
Specifically, Cutrona notes how through the executive branches the states made last minute changes before administering the November election.
“These changes, made outside of the rule of law and outside of the legislative process, have cast a great deal of uncertainty as to the outcome of the election in those states,” said Cutrona. “It is only proper that these changes be analyzed by the United States Supreme Court to determine if they did in fact fall within the scope of law, and if not, appropriate action must be taken to ensure the sanctity of the election.”
Cutrona is in discussions with other state legislators regarding the lawsuit.
“This letter is not about the outcome of the election itself; it is instead to help ensure that all states administered a legal election. If these four states did not do so, they have the potential to invalidate the election results of every other state in the country. We, as a state, must do all we can to guarantee that the results of the election were valid and reflective of the will of the people. The Texas lawsuit will allow the United States Supreme Court to do just that.”