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Anonymous Nevada Election Worker Claims to Have Witnessed Voting Irregularities



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An election worker in Clark County, Nev. reportedly claims to have witnessed irregularities at a polling center in the state.

The election worker, who is kept anonymous, said they “had concerns over election polling place and intimation and voter fraud.” This is from a sworn affidavit obtained by Fox News.

According to Fox News, the incidents allegedly happened while the worker served at a Clark County elections center. More specifically, these election irregularities took place during early voting from October 17th to 30th.

Voters had the permission to vote through provisional ballots without a valid Nevada ID or driver’s license, the affidavit says. They can do so as long as they provide proof of an upcoming appointment at the DMV.

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Nevada state officials denied evidence of voter fraud. Fox News reported that in the affidavit, the worker also claims they “personally witnessed two people handing multiple unopened mail-in ballot envelopes to two other people who then opened and filled out the ballots against” the side of a “Biden/Harris van.”

More than this, several people “formed a human wall” according to the worker. Therefore, they won’t be seen as they were “marking ballots and placing those ballots in pink and white return envelopes.”

“A sworn declaration from an eyewitness is the literal definition of evidence,” a Trump campaign attorney said in a statement. “Those on the left and in other quarters that have been screaming that there’s no evidence will need new talkers and most importantly, will have to now focus on the legitimate issues that have been raised.”

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  • Lance says:

    If the writer could spell, and knew the proper usage of certain words, I would share this article.

    In it’s current condition, I cannot.

    Plea deal e let me know if it is corrected.

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