Who is former hedge fund CEO David McCormick?
A recent fundraiser sponsor in New York for David McCormick was the founder of a consulting firm representing the controversial Dominion Voting Systems. McCormick also made big bucks lobbying for Communist China. McCormick moved back to Pennsylvania to run in the GOP Senate race after Sean Parnell dropped from the race.
President Trump had this to say about McCormick at a recent rally in Pennsylvania.
Last Tuesday night when the mail-in ballots started to come in, David McCormick built a sizeable lead against Dr. Oz and Kathy Barnette in the GOP Senate primary election.
There are still votes to count nearly a week later.
Dr. Oz leads by less than 1,000 votes after 6 days of counting.
Today David McCormick sued to demand election officials count undated ballots that came in after the Tuesday election.
He sounds like a Democrat.
The war over every last vote in Pennsylvania’s too-close-to-call Senate GOP primary is now officially headed to the courts.
David McCormick’s campaign filed a lawsuit Monday afternoon arguing that election officials must count mail-in and absentee ballots that lack a date on their envelope, citing a federal court order released on Friday.
McCormick and his primary opponent, Mehmet Oz, have been squabbling over whether undated ballots should be counted. The fight began late last week, after a three-judge panel on the federal 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals issued a judgment that undated ballots in a 2021 county judgeship election should be counted.
McCormick’s lawsuit, filed in state court, sues the state’s chief election official and county election boards in order to compel them to count the undated ballots that were returned on time.
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