The Pennsylvania Senate Majority Political Committee is scheduled to hold a hearing on allegations of fraud in the 2020 presidential election in the city of Gettysburg on Wednesday, November 25. Earlier this week, US President Donald Trump’s campaign announced that the Pennsylvania rally will be the first of three similar events he has scheduled in coordination with lawmakers from the Republican states of Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan. . Trump’s attorney and former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is leading efforts to try to overturn the election results, is due to appear at the hearing. It has been reported that Trump himself may also be attending the event. Pennsylvania officials certified the state’s presidential election results on Tuesday, days after a federal judge overturned a campaign trial of Trump that sought to block the move and overturn the voting results in the state. MANDATORY CREDIT: Republican Communications from the PA Senate.