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By Erin Schwager
Journalist 

Election integrity discussion draws crowd at commissioners' meeting

 

August 18, 2022

Erin Schwager | SAM

Voter accuracy • Professor David Clements, a former law professor at New Mexico State University, addresses Antelope County Clerk Lisa Payne and commissioners Regina Krebs, Eli Jacob and Dean Smith about election integrity, Aug. 9. Members of the Antelope County Patriots presented a resolution what would change how votes are counted, remove ballot drop boxes and eliminate voting machines

Should ballots cast in Antelope County elections be counted by hand instead of by machine?

Members of the Antelope County Patriots filled the Antelope County commissioners' meeting room, Aug 9, to discuss those questions and other election procedures.

Sheryl Baker approached the board and yielded her time to Professor David Clements, of New Mexico, and Connie Reinke with the Nebraska Voter Accuracy Project.

Clements introduced himself as a former law professor at New Mexico State University, a former prosecutor and noted he "has overseen six law enforcement agencies." He explained his reas...



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