Dead voters. Biden van full of ballots. Trump legal team details shock Nevada claims

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NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nevada — President Trump's Nevada legal team beefed up its legal challenge to mail-in ballot signature verification in the state with startling claims of voter and ballot fraud.

Among the allegations: dead voters, votes from thousands who no longer live in Nevada, and a van marked "Biden-Harris" full of opened mail-in ballots.

Former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, who is helping Trump's legal effort in the state, detailed grievances that the campaign has with mail-in ballot signature verification in Clark County, Nevada, which accounts for the vast majority of voters in the state.

"We were told that signature verification will save all chances of fraud," Laxalt said in front of a crowd of around 50 pro-Trump protesters on Sunday.
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