Ethan Miller / Getty ImagesAn election worker scans mail-in ballots at the Clark County Election Department in North Las Vegas, Nevada, on Nov. 7. (Ethan Miller / Getty Images)
By Jack Davis
Published November 16, 2020 at 8:19am
A journalist who tested Nevada’s signature verification process for mail-in ballots found that the state is wide open for fraud.
Columnist Victor Joecks of the Las Vegas Review-Journal conducted his experiment noting that the issue is deeper than any single contest.
“Leave aside the presidential race. Even small amounts of fraud can swing results,” he wrote, pointing to a race where a state senator won an election by 24 votes.
Joecks said in his piece Thursday that he proved a voter could vote many times.
“Clark County election officials accepted my signature on eight ballot return envelopes during the general election. It’s more evidence that signature verification is a