Here’s a look at what the judge had to say after today’s verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse vs. Kamala Harris election case:
UPDATE: Deputy district attorney Craig Steele — who argued that Harris’ mail-in ballots didn’t meet the notice threshold — has notified the court that he will be entering a motion for judgment of acquittal. Judge Melinda Harmon is expected to make a decision on that motion at 1:30 p.m. Thursday.
Looks like the judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse vs. Kamala Harris election case will hold a conference on at 1:30 p.m. The hearing is expected to last around 20 minutes. There’s a “laptop under the bench,” according to my notes.
The clerk of court says one of the seven votes from the Harris campaign was “cut and pasted” from a ballot provided by the Latina woman who voted twice.
Do tell me what we missed today — in both the polls and the courtroom!