Analysis Finds Surge Of Voters In Nevada Listed Casinos As Their Home Addresses

The Trump campaign has been working on a legal challenge to the 2020 outcome in Nevada and they just got another reason to keep fighting.

Analysis finds that a surge in voting there can be attributed to people who listed casinos and even RV parks as their home addresses.

Is there any wonder why Trump supporters don’t trust the election results?

The Washington Examiner reports:

‘Historically strange’ spike in incomplete Nevada voter files, casinos as ‘home’

An analysis of Nevada votes has uncovered an unprecedented jump in problem voter registrations, likely providing the Trump campaign with another avenue to challenge Joe Biden’s victory in the critical state.

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In an affidavit filed in another Republican election challenge, a “data scientist” found a huge surge of incomplete voter registrations and those giving casinos and temporary RV parks as “their home or mailing addresses” in the Third Congressional District that covers the southern third of the state and much of Clark County.

The expert, Dorothy Morgan, said that in her initial study of the records of those who voted, there was an “historically strange” jump in voter registrations missing the sex and age of the voter, making confirmation by poll workers impossible.

She found that in the last presidential election, there were 68 voter registrations missing the critical data. In 2020, it was 13,372.

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What’s more, 74% of the incomplete registrations took place between July and September this year.

This graph really puts the problem in perspective:

This election is a complete mess. We need real voter reform now.


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