“I dont know if this is true.”
It is the Republican National Committee and only the Republican National Committee. They violated the law in New Jersey and, in the resulting court case, had to agree they wouldn’t do that again anywhere. That is all that settlement means - they will not violate election law regarding polling places and voters within the distance markers.
That has nothing to do with an individual candidate reporting voter fraud and nothing to do with recounts as the circumstances of recounts are defined by state law.
The National Committee has no legal standing and never has, to get involved with recounts or local voter fraud. It is the candidates who can ask for recounts (there is an automatic recount if the difference in votes is very slim and I don’t remember right now what that number is.) Poll watchers can report suspected voter fraud to the district attorney for investigation.
This was your original question - this court case. Read my post no. 67.
How do we stop the Dems from fraud or are we out of luck?
The one problem I have is no one on the democratic side is being punished.