New Mexico Republicans are accusing the state’s Secretary of State of playing “partisan political games.” They claim she’s purposefully withholding election records from the president’s legal team.
The New Mexico GOP is accusing Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver, of intentionally delaying the release of election records requested by President Donald Trump’s campaign.
Trump’s legal team filed a public records request with the Secretary of State on December 17th. They’re asking for information about Dominion Voting Systems contractors who might have had access to the voting machines during the election.
According to the New Mexico GOP, a poll watcher testified that “Dominion had three contractors who had unfettered access to restricted areas.”
Poll watcher testimony: “Dominion had three contractors who had unfettered access to restricted areas.”
The GOP claims that Toulouse Oliver committed to turning over the records by December 30th. But later notified Trump’s attorneys saying her office was changing the date to January 14th.
But GOP chairman Steve Pearce says that she is deliberately withholding evidence until after January 6th, when Congress is set to certify the Electoral College vote. He claims it’s because the records are evidence that can be used by Trump.
Representative-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene, one of the 40 Representatives challenging the vote on January 6th, told The Epoch Times that they’re still deciding whether to object to the votes from New Mexico.