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Donald Trump Decides To Sue A Nevada County Because Of Extended Voting Hours

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Donald Trump isn’t happy that Latinos came out in full force for early voting in Nevada. So what is he doing about it? He’s suing, of course! Lawyers for Trump filed a request calling into question the fact that a polling location in a Latino-heavy part of Las Vegas, Nev., extended its voting hours so that everyone who waited in line could exercise their legal right to vote. According to Trump, the election was being “rigged” due to these extended voting hours.

Here is a glimpse at what the line looked like.

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Yes, the majority of these voters were Latinos. But I’m sure that has nothing to do with why Trump chose to sue.

Here’s the thing though: if you are in line before closing time, then you have the right to cast your vote.

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So the judge came to the decision:

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Nice try, Trump.

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Because you can’t just take away their right to vote. Sorry not sorry, Trump.

But Trump wouldn’t budge, asking for the names of the individuals that were working at that polling location. And this is what the judge had to say…

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Case closed. That’s all folks!


READ: Latinos Are Clapping Back At Donald Trump At the Polls

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After Trump’s Victory, The Internet Is Proving Not Everything Is Lost

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After a long and hard-fought campaign, Donald Trump is officially the president-elect of the United States of America.

As the polls are closing across the country, it is clear the that Republican nominee has been elected the 45th president of the United States. This close election came down to Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Florida. The final count of the electoral votes reads: Clinton 218 and Trump 289. Social media is on fire as people all over the world are reacting to the news that Trump will be the leader of the free world.

Since the announcement, people on social media are taking the day to spread love to fight the fear.

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Americans are accepting the outcome of the election, but are getting ready to focus on what matters.

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People have taken to the capital to call for change through organization.

Some people are sharing inspirational quotes from great world leaders.

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Others are rallying to use this as a teaching moment about how our elections work.

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Messages of love and unity are being shared.

It is time for us, as a nation of people, to look for the positive and where we can enact that positive.

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There’s a strong message: Be kind.

Fear can make the best of people, they just have to search for it.

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And, lastly, people are trying to put their faith in love and humanity to work during this confusing and terrifying time.


READ: Latinos Are Clapping Back At Donald Trump At the Polls

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