The votes just won’t add up on this one tight race.
It’s looking like there will need to be a new election.
This big Democrat win could be overturned because of ballot discrepancies.
Nevada used the coronavirus as an excuse to make awful changes to their system of voting.
On Aug. 3, Democratic Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed into law to automatically send mail-in ballots to all registered voters in the state.
It is unsurprising that this has led to troubling voting irregularities that are going to cause at least one election to be redone.
In Clark County, Nevada, there are discrepancies in 936 ballots, with six people who voted twice.
“Clark County registrar of voters Joe Gloria told the board of commissioners on Monday that of the 974,185 votes cast in the election, his office identified 936 ballots with discrepancies. Of those, 710 were discrepancies in mail-in precincts, 121 were in early voting precincts, 105 were in voting day precincts, and 6 voters voted twice.” The Washington Examiner reported.
This has caused the county’s board of commissioners to authorize a redo in the County Commission race since currently Democrat Ross Miller is winning over Republican Stavros Anthony by only 10 votes — 76,586 votes to 76,576.
Given the closeness of the election a recount wouldn’t be enough to solve the discrepancies.
“Joe Gloria on District C race: ‘We have found discrepancies that we can’t explain that would cast a doubt on whether or not that margin of victory is solid,’” posted investigative reporter David Charns of 8 News Now.
Gloria said that the cases where people who voted twice would be forwarded to the office of Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske for investigation.
“Big victory moments ago in the State of Nevada. The all Democrat County Commissioner race, on same ballot as President, just thrown out because of large scale voter discrepancy. Clark County officials do not have confidence in their own election security. Major impact!” President Donald Trump said on Monday.
Former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt said that Trump would have won Nevada easily if it hadn’t been for mail-in voting.
“There is no question that Donald Trump would have won Nevada last night convincingly if we did not move to mail-in ballots,” Laxalt said. “And again, we don’t know how bad voters there are in this giant stack. We also know there are likely to be dead voters. There are likely to be people that have moved out of Las Vegas but found their ballots were still cast. So we’re looking into all of this.”
Examples like Clark County show the electiondifficulties that Democrats caused by sending mail-in ballots to every voter in the state.
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