Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske’s office has finished their inspection of the Nevada Republican Party’s allegations of massive voter fraud in the 2020 election. Cegavske’s employees and others found the GOP’s concerns “do NOT have the evidence to support the party’s allegation that the 2020 general election was plagued by widespread voter fraud.”
Here’s the news release by the Secretary of State’s Office:
Carson City April 21 – Today the Nevada Secretary of State’s Elections Division released a report detailing the examination of the March 4, 2021 submission of 4 boxes of complaints by members of the Nevada Republican Party (“NVGOP”). While initial reports from the NVGOP indicated that there were 122,918 records to support the accompanying allegations, the Secretary of State’s inventory identified 3,963 unique Elections Integrity Violation Reports (EIVRs)…with emphasis on “reports.’ The larger figure provided by the NVGOP encompassed the individual line items on the spreadsheets that accompanied each of the EIVRs.
An analysis of the submission revealed that most of the complaints were related to voter registration records that the NVGOP deemed to be inaccurate or suspicious for a variety of reasons, such as voters with commercial addresses, out-of-state voters, and double voters. Many of the complaints submitted were already under investigation by law enforcement.
“It was essential that we took the time to fully evaluate each complaint and to make a determination based on the merits of each report,” said Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske.
The full report is available here.