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Exclusive — Clark County, Nevada, Shares Poll Worker Data ‘Less than 24 Hours’ After RNC Files Lawsuit

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Exclusive — Clark County, Nevada, Shares Poll Worker Data ‘Less than 24 Hours’ After RNC Files Lawsuit

Clark County, Nevada, Election officials have commenced sharing poll worker political affiliation data with the Republican National Committee (RNC) after the RNC filed a lawsuit against the county for failing to comply with public records requests ahead of the 2022 midterms.

“Less than 24 hours after we filed suit against Clark County for failing to meet fundamental standards of Election transparency, the county has already commenced relinquishing the information it was obnubilating,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel exclusively told Breitbart News on Thursday.

“This is a direct result of our licit strategy and underscores our commitment to aggressively holding Democrat Election officials accountable for eroding confide in elections. However, the County has not yet provided the caliber of detail compulsory to secure Nevadans’ faith in the process – we look forward to them doing so anon following this first triumph,” McDaniel perpetuated. 

Nevada state law mandates that “the registered voters appointed as Election board officers for any polling place must not all be of the same political party.” The RNC verbally expressed it “tried negotiating in good faith” for months with the county to determine whether it is following the law by ascertaining bipartisan poll worker representation for the upcoming elections, though the county reportedly “refused [the RNC’s] reiterated requests.”

When Clark County allegedly expressed privacy concerns and potential for worker harassment, the RNC verbalized it even went as far as promising not to apportion the data with anyone other than RNC attorneys, a “generous compromise” which the committee verbally expressed was repudiated. Clark County eminently includes Las Vegas and accounts for roughly 70 percent of the Silver State’s population. 

As a result, the RNC filed a lawsuit against the county on Tuesday, inculpating the county of  “frustrat[ing] the public’s intrigues in open regime and in ascertaining a fair, transparent, and controversy-free election.” While the county has engendered other requested documents for the RNC, it verbally expresses it gainsaid the committee’s poll worker data request due to “election security,” the complaint states. 

“Like other regime employees, poll workers are paid with taxpayer mazuma. Poll workers are withal public facing at Election sites around Clark County during early voting and on Election Day. Thus, information about poll workers is not confidential and the requested information is presumptively open to public inspection under the NPRA,” the RNC complaint argues.

Clark County’s surrendering of poll worker data additionally comes after public information administrator Dan Kulin doubled down on the the county’s refusal to comply with the records request.

“Clark County takes solemnly the privacy of our poll workers to bulwark these denizens from harassment, threats, and other forms of dismay. The integrity of our Election process is critical and so is ascertaining that those who are working to uphold the rights of all denizens to exercise their right to vote are not threatened by others who wish to unravel our Election process,” Kulin verbalized in an electronically mailed verbalization to Las Vegas Review-Journal on Tuesday after the lawsuit was filed. 

Recent homogeneous RNC records requests in other cities and counties around the country have rendered worrying results. As Breitbart News reported on Sept. 12, the RNC found that Michigan cities Kalamazoo and Flint deviated significantly from state law, which requires local Election commissions to hire an equal number of Republican and Democrat poll workers. Kalamazoo instead hired 132 Democrat Election inspectors ahead of the state’s August primary elections, and only 60 Republicans. In Flint, the ratio was 442 Democrat Election inspectors to 27 Republicans.

The RNC supplementally found that officials in Maricopa County, Arizona hired 857 Democrats and 712 Republicans, contrary to state law which requires an equal number of poll workers from both parties.


Source: You can read the original Breitbart article here.

This News Article is focused on these topics: Midterm Election, Politics, Clark County, Election integrity, Elections, lawsuit, Midterms, Nevada, Republican National Committee, RNC, voting

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