"This is a divided nation that must come together, and this is a moment that will stick with me to really emphasize that: leadership and words matter," said U.S. Rep. Frank J. Mrvan, D-Highland.
Braun said persistent allegations of voter fraud in several states, and the strong belief among some Republicans "the election was rigged," justifies an extraordinary emergency investigation.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to consider an unprecedented lawsuit filed by Texas that seeks to overturn the results of the presidential election.
The Indiana attorney general-elect announced his support Tuesday for a lawsuit that seeks to scuttle all the votes cast for president in four states, and to have the legislatures in those states appoint Trump electors.
A total of 3,068,542 Hoosiers voted in the general election, or 65% of the 4,750,222 Indiana residents who are registered to vote — the highest turnout in nearly three decades.
Attorney General Curtis Hill announced Tuesday he's joined the state to a lawsuit that claims the Pennsylvania Supreme Court unlawfully extended the deadline for mail-in ballots to be received.