Here’s the List of 106 HOUSE GOP LAWMAKERS Who Support Texas’ Efforts to Invalidate the Election

Here’s the list:

No. 155, Original

IN THE Supreme Court of the United States

STATE OF TEXAS, Plaintiff, v. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA,STATE OF GEORGIA,STATE OF MICHIGAN, AND STATE OF WISCONSIN, Defendants.

Motion for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae

Pursuant to subparagraph 2(b) of Rule 37, amici U.S. Representative Mike Johnson, et al., hereby move the Court for leave to file a brief amicus curiaein support of Plaintiff Texas’ Motion for Leave to File a Bill of Complaint and Motion for Preliminary Injunction. This brief is being filed timely, as it was filed by approximately the same time as Defendants response to Plaintiff’s motions. In support of their motion, these amici state:

Identity of Amici Curiae As members of the federal legislature, Amici seek to protect the constitutional role of state legislatures in establishing the manner by which Presidential Electors are appointed to ensure the Electoral College selects the candidate for President of the United States that was chosen by counting only lawful votes. Amici include 106 U.S. Representatives currently serving in the 116th Congress, listed above. Relevance of Amicus Brief to Motion for Leave to File a Bill of Complaint This brief amicus curiae presents the concern of amici as Members of Congress, shared by untold millions of their constituents, that the unconstitutional irregularities involved in the 2020 presidential election cast doubt upon its outcome and the integrity of the American system of elections. Amici respectfully aver that the broad scope and impact of the various irregularities in the Defendant states necessitate careful and timely review by this Court. 2

On the merits, this amicus brief defends the constitutional authority of state legislatures as the only bodies duly authorized to establish the manner by which presidential electors are appointed, one of the central issues in the pending litigation. As members of the federal legislature, these amici seek to protect the constitutional role of state legislatures in determining the manner by which states choose their electors. The Positions of the Parties Due to the press of time to file this amicus brief before the deadline given to Defendants and the need to coordinate among the amici, the position of the parties on this motion is unknown. Conclusion For the foregoing reasons, amici respectfully request the Court to grant them leave to file the brief amicus curiae which is appended hereto.

vi Amicus U.S. Representative Bob Gibbs represents the Seventh Congressional District of Ohio in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Louie Gohmert represents the First Congressional District of Texas in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Lance Gooden represents the Fifth Congressional District of Texas in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Sam Graves represents the Sixth Congressional District of Missouri in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Mark Green represents the Seventh Congressional District of Tennessee in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Michael Guest represents the Third Congressional District of Mississippi in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Andy Harris, M.D. represents the First Congressional District of Maryland in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Vicky Hartzler represents the Fourth Congressional District of Missouri in the United States House of Representatives.

vii Amicus U.S. Representative Kevin Hern represents the First Congressional District of Oklahoma in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Clay Higgins represents the Third Congressional District of Louisiana in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Trey Hollingsworth represents the Ninth Congressional District of Indiana in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Richard Hudson represents the Eighth Congressional District of North Carolina in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Bill Huizenga represents the Second Congressional District of Michigan in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Bill Johnson represents the Sixth Congressional District of Ohio in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative John Joyce represents the Thirteenth Congressional District of Pennsylvania in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Fred Keller represents the Twelfth Congressional District of Pennsylvania in the United States House of Representatives.

viii Amicus U.S. Representative Mike Kelly represents the Sixteenth Congressional District of Pennsylvania in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Trent Kelly represents the First Congressional District of Mississippi in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Steve King represents the Fourth Congressional District of Iowa in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative David Kustoff represents the Eighth Congressional District of Tennessee in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Darin LaHood represents the Eighteenth Congressional District of Illinois in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Doug LaMalfa represents the First Congressional District of California in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Doug Lamborn represents the Fifth Congressional District of Colorado in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Robert E. Latta represents the Fifth Congressional District of Ohio in the United States House of Representatives.

ix Amicus U.S. Representative Debbie Lesko represents the Eighth Congressional District of Arizona in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Blaine Leutkemeyer represents the Third Congressional District of Missouri in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Kenny Marchant represents the Twenty-Fourth Congressional District of Texas in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Roger Marshall, M.D. represents the First Congressional District of Kansas in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Tom McClintock represents the Fourth Congressional District of California in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Cathy McMorris Rogers represents the Fifth Congressional District of Washington in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Dan Meuser represents the Ninth Congressional District of Pennsylvania in the United States House of Representatives. Amicus U.S. Representative Carol D. Miller represents the Third Congressional District of West Virginia in the United States House of Representatives.

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EDITORS NOTE: This Geller Report column is republished with permission. ©All rights reserved.

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