A columnist in Nevada wanted to test the integrity of their mail in ballot signature verification checks so he got 11 voters to put his signature instead of theirs on their ballot. 6 we’re accepted as valid. Mail in ballots are a threat to fair elections! https://t.co/YiYBXl333R— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) November 13, 2022
ICYMI: “Swinick says that the tabulators all worked “perfectly” during the test the night before the election. The problem with scanning began immediately with the first (live Election Day) ballots.”— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) November 15, 2022
Maricopa County Election Judge Speaks Out https://t.co/qfAweCX17Z
election interference by radical 🌊🏳️🌈public school officials, election fraud by🌊🏳️🌈candidates, election fraud by radical 🌊🏳️🌈county clerks & SoS, felony illegal ballot harvesting by radical 🌊🏳️🌈non-profits//wickedness never ends in CO, sadly nobody in authority really cares😥😥😥 pic.twitter.com/Cqk4NSlGk8— shreshronur (@shreshonur) November 10, 2022
Big Tech interference, state-run media, stuffing the ballot box…our elections look a lot like Russia these days! pic.twitter.com/v8Y8McagLo— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) September 28, 2021
2020 was the first time Nevada’s elections were conducted by mass vote by mail. 2020 should have been the last time Nevada relied on the United States post office to run an election.
In Clark County alone, over 92,000 mail ballots were returned as undeliverable, meaning they went to the wrong address and never reached the intended recipient. To put this figure into perspective, President Joe Biden won the state by just over 33,000 votes. When you send more ballots to faulty addresses than the difference between winning and losing a state’s Electoral College votes, that is a core system failure.
Nevada voter rolls are also a mess. They contain duplicates, the dead, and the disappeared—people who long ago moved away, according to the Public Interest Legal Foundation. Yet this faulty list is the list of people automatically mailed ballots… More here.