Over 1,400 Californians Suspected of Voting in Nevada’s Election

Like any Third World nation, vote fraud is massive in the United States.  The fact that 1400 CALIFORNIANS voted in Nevada is just a small sample of the problem.  Ballots showing up in the middle of the night, 138,000 for Biden and zero for Trump.  That smells like a week old dead fish.

  • “There are 1,411 Nevada registrants who closely match a California registrant on first, middle and last name, and date of birth. Common names, which might be coincidences, are excluded.
  • These registrants’ California voter registration dates are later than their Nevada registration dates, indicating all 1,411 now reside in California. The California registration dates are all more than 30 days prior to the November 3 election, indicating the voters may not be lawfully eligible to vote in Nevada.
  • 304 of the 1,411 Californians have a Nevada mailing address and/or Nevada phone number in their California voter records, further confirming their voting association with the Silver State.
  • Because these registrants are Active status in both states, they were likely mailed ballots by both states for the November election since both states mailed ballots to all Active registrants.”

In California the corrupt Secretary of State—refuses to audit the DMV registered illegal aliens, then sent out 440,000 ballots to dead people and those that moved out of State.

Over 1,400 Californians Suspected of Voting in Nevada’s Election

Watchdog group claims 1,411 Nevada voters who later registered to vote in California may have voted unlawfully in Nevada’s Presidential election.

Election Integrity Project CA,  11/9/20   

Reno, Nevada. – Election Integrity Project, Nevada (EIPNv) sent a report on November 9 to Nevada’s Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske showing that 1,411 Nevada registered voters, who later registered to vote in California, nonetheless appear to have voted in the November 3 Nevada election. Based on its analysis of Nevada’s official voter registration file of November 6, 2020 and California’s voter registration file of August 18, 2020, EIPNv alleges the following:

  • There are 1,411 Nevada registrants who closely match a California registrant on first, middle and last name, and date of birth. Common names, which might be coincidences, are excluded.
  • These registrants’ California voter registration dates are later than their Nevada registration dates, indicating all 1,411 now reside in California. The California registration dates are all more than 30 days prior to the November 3 election, indicating the voters may not be lawfully eligible to vote in Nevada.
  • 304 of the 1,411 Californians have a Nevada mailing address and/or Nevada phone number in their California voter records, further confirming their voting association with the Silver State.
  • Because these registrants are Active status in both states, they were likely mailed ballots by both states for the November election since both states mailed ballots to all Active registrants.
  • As of November 6, Nevada’s official voting histories show that these registrants voted in the Nevada election by mail or in person, despite their apparent residency in California. It is being determined whether they also voted in California.

“In this disputed presidential election, it is critical that election officials, parties and candidates investigate all possible voting violations,” said EIPNv representative Sharron Angle. “We encourage both the Nevada and California Secretaries of State to investigate and confirm our findings and disclose our findings files to all interested parties.”

EIPNv’s file can be requested from the Nevada Secretary of State. It contains only Nevada data. The filename is 

EIPNv Findings Report_CA residents suspected of voting in NV 201103″

EIPNv’s parent company Election Integrity Project California, Inc. (EIPCa) has sent the California findings to California Secretary of State Alex Padilla. 

The file name to request is

EIPCa Findings Report_CA residents suspected of voting in NV 201103″

About Stephen Frank

Stephen Frank is the publisher and editor of California Political News and Views. He speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows. He is a fulltime political consultant.

Comments

  1. My bet is that those figures underestimate the scope of the problem. AND, fraudulent ballots in conjunction with the election equipment hacking led to a completely inaccurate tally of votes. I sure hope Trump’s attorneys aren’t putting all their eggs in the fraudulent ballot basket. They need huge lawsuits re the election equipment “glitches” (that we all know we’re intentional HACKS.)

  2. This is an expansion of the dual registrations many students have. They have long standing registrations where they were raised and their parents are. They then are registrant at their school.

    And the joke about it.

    Vote corruption at UC AND CSU Schools…..

    So will there be prosecutions? Most likely not.

  3. Recent college grads go back to campus from their new job locations for Homecoming. Thay use early voting to cast their 2nd vote in the election.

  4. Since the Commie Kalifornians truly believe they are above law as most Socialist/Commies do absolutely nothing will be done about it. And the downhill slide continues…

  5. There is a massive Recall petition out for that a$$hole, Newsom. It is too bad they didn’t include Pancho Becerra and Pancho Padilla on the list!

  6. William Hicks says

    Lets say there were 1400 californians did vote in nevada. IF that’s all that did so, and that’s a big IF, would it make a difference in the election?

    • Absolutely not. But don’t forget to add that to the 4000 dead people, the 12,000 that were kitchen workers who never should’ve voted in the first place, the 5000 where they harvested just in downtown Vegas, the 12,000 that were harvested in the Henderson area. And also probably 1400 more per state for each of the other 48. But yes, sir, you are correct that 1400 and just one state does not matter To the person they claimed won the election

  7. “They say” is no substitute for hard evidence. As long as it’s just “they say” and a generic report “1400 ballots” the left will pooh-pooh it as just right-wing conspiracy theory. Where are the photographs of the 1400 ballots and the hard proof of dual residencies from the election facilities in both States? Not gonna happen at least in Kalifornia. And even if you had the hard evidence, the media would suppress it (including now Fox in that category).

    • Yes and Carrie, Adam Laxalt, even went as far as to say about October that there were thousands of votes that were coming in, in other words the naked ballots, where they were told to open them and to leave the outside cover away from the ballot. That way they could never find out where the ballot came from and it had to be in the full stack. They had said in April when it was agreed to be done this way that would not happen. They saidAlso that less than 1% of the ballots were thrown out. Adam Laxalt said it should’ve been in the 70 to 80% range. Again this was about 20 October

  8. The 1,400 are probably just the tip of the problem. Nevada keeps inactive voters on its rolls indefinitely if it has no reason to remove them, i.e., a returned voter registration card sent in the U.S. Mail. I really wonder if vital statistics records are sufficiently checked to remove the dead or those who have permanently moved to other states. The Nevada voter registration form requires both a social security number and DMV number/NV I.D. card number. Even with these pieces of information for cross checking, one has to openly question how efficient a RINO Secretary of State (Cegavske) is in performing her job given the numerous reports of voting irregularities, particularly in Clark county with its +2 million people..

  9. The progressive left is always trying to convince people the unicorn of utopian society is obtainable (them in charge) yet, corruption free elections seems unobtainable.

Leave a Reply to Carrie Cancel reply

*