lawyers for the Pennsylvania secretary of state and seven of the states counties said the case made vague and unsupported allegations on the basis of repeatedly-rejected legal theories and no evidence.
（which may alienate ideologues on both sides.REUTERS/Carlos Barria Lawyer Abbe Lowells attorney and friend Reid Weingarten said his client was never a target or subject in the Justice Departments inquiry.
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The Pennsylvania lawsuit initially included claims that Republican observers were denied access to ballot counting.