Lawsuit: Clark County Election Officials Are Refusing To Disclose Poll Workers’ Political Affiliations

Lawsuit: Clark County Election Officials Are Refusing To Disclose Poll Workers’ Political Affiliations


The Republican National Committee (RNC) filed a lawsuit against Clark County, Nevada’s election department and registrar of voters on Tuesday for refusing to comply with public records requests regarding the political affiliations of the locality’s poll workers for the upcoming 2022 elections.

According to an RNC press release, the GOP group “has tried negotiating in good faith with Clark County to try and determine whether it’s fulfilling its obligation to have bipartisan poll worker representation for the [2022] election,” but Clark County has refused “repeated requests for this information.”

Under Nevada state law, “[t]he registered voters appointed as election board officers for any polling place must not all be of the same political party.”

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“To verify [Clark County officials’] compliance with this provision, [the RNC]

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