A Nevada county voted Monday to certify Election Day results except for the Clark County Commission District C race over “discrepancies” that can’t be explained.
That race, as it stands now, has Democrat Ross Miller winning over Republican Stavros Anthony by 10 votes — 76,586 votes to 76,576 votes.
“After listening to public comment, one of which included the letter received by the Stavros Anthony Campaign which requested that election results not be certified Monday on the grounds that there were discrepancies that would prevent from certifying the Clark County Commissioner District C race,” reported 8 News Now Las Vegas on Monday. “As it stands the results show democrat Ross Miller winning republican Stavros Anthony by 10 votes.”
A special election to be held in December is currently up for consideration, since a recount would not satisfy the apparent discrepancies at hand.
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