Nebraska Secretary of State shoots down allegations of election fraud

As the Nebraska Voter Accuracy Project continues to insist results are not valid

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Nebraska Secretary of State Bob Evnen sent a PowerPoint titled “Fake vs. Fact” to all Nebraska state senators over the weekend.

According to Nebraska Examiner, Evnen’s presentation called attention to several rumors about irregularities in the 2020 election.  The PowerPoint stated, “The Secretary of State’s Office is fully informed of the concerns and claims that have been raised and has fully investigated them.”

In a Government Committee hearing last week, the Nebraska Voter Accuracy Project stated Evnen’s office wasn’t listening and that they underestimated the people they believe committed fraud.

The group also claimed the state’s election counting machines aren’t tested for accuracy, which Evnen calls entirely false.  He says the state spent $7 million in 2019 to update its ballot counting system.

Evnen rejected allegations that more than 4,000 votes could not be linked to registered voters as well.  The PowerPoint explains voter registration lists are updated almost daily, showing some differences can be attributed to people dying in the months following the election.

Sen. Tom Brewer told Nebraska Examiner that he believes the best way to put this argument to rest is for Evnen to have a meeting with the Nebraska Voter Accuracy Project.

 

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