New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said the state won’t back down from its plan to hold a mostly vote-by-mail election in November despite a legal challenge from the Trump campaign, Politico reports.
During a Wednesday press conference in Trenton, he told the Trump campaign to “bring it on.”
“As the president and his team try to delegitimize our election and impact the health and safety of millions of New Jerseyans, we will defend our rights vigorously, and we will not back down,” Murphy said. “So as they say, ‘Bring it on.‘”
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