Nevada 2022 Midterm: Clark County Registrar Holds Presser and Provides Updates – Ballot Counting will Go Into Next Week (VIDEO)
It has been 3 days since Election Day and Nevada is STILL counting ballots.
Here is the latest update:
Clark County still has about 50,000 more ballots that need to be counted as of Friday morning.
Approximately 15,000 ballots are currently in tabulation according to the Clark County elections chief.
Not included in the 50,030 ballot total is 9,659 ballots to cure and 5,555 provisional ballots.
USPS dropped off another 104 mail-in ballots on Friday morning.
Mail-in ballots received on Saturday will also count!
As we thought, 50K mail ballots left in Clark, not including about 15K in eligible cures and provisionals.
15K of those mail ballots will light up the scoreboard at some point today. https://t.co/FZ2Ph1Nh2s
— Jon Ralston (@RalstonReports) November 11, 2022
Republican Adam Laxalt joined Tucker Carlson on Thursday night, two days after the election, to discuss his US Senate race from Nevada.
Currently Adam Laxalt is leading the race with 49.4% of the vote to 47.6% of the vote. But Clark County is holding its ballots and has announced that counting will go into next week – because Nevada is a third-world state.
Adam then broke the news that Democrat Cortez-Masto does not have the amount of votes left to be able to catch her Republican opponent.
Mr. Laxalt told Tucker Carlson that according to the registrar, there are about 50,000 mail-in ballots left – 70,000 ballots tops and that his Democrat opponent simply has no path to victory.
Republican Joe Lombardo is also ahead of Democrat Governor Steve Sisolak in Nevada’s governor race.
Clark County’s Registrar of Voters told the media that voting will continue into next week.
Here is Friday’s Clark County update via Joe Gloria:
Clark County Election Update https://t.co/TZVwxdC3Ds
— Clark County Nevada (@ClarkCountyNV) November 11, 2022