New York’s Supreme Court will hear an appeal Tuesday against a lower court ruling that found the court’s decision to approve the presidential election results in violation of the Constitution.
The justices will hear arguments in a case brought by conservative activist David Stras, who argues that a lower federal court should have found that the court had no power to declare the election invalid because the election was “rigged.”
In a separate case, two lower courts have agreed with Stras that the 2016 presidential election is unconstitutional, and a third court will hear the appeal next week.
Stras is the latest legal challenge to the November 2016 election.
He argues that the U.S. Constitution does not give Congress the power to create and oversee an election.