April 2, 2021

Rob Lauer Political Reporter

360 News recently obtained through public records requests, Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegasvke’s daily calendar. We sought her calendar for the months of October and November 2020, right in the heart of the election. One would think the Chief Election Officer of Nevada in the middle of a Presidential election with some 2 million people casting votes, followed by litigation by the President would have gardened more of Cegasvke’s day to day time.

The calendar, which we have attached, shows Cegasvke, on average had one or two phones calls scheduled and usually a speech to a women’s groups planned. Cegasvke’s calendar showed she worked maybe 1 to 3 hours a day.

Most of her meetings were with her Top Deputies and national conference calls for government officials. Interestingly, Cegasvke’s never had one scheduled phone call with Clark County’s Election Director, Joe Gloria.

Cegasvke’s denied any election fraud existed and denied receiving any voter fraud evidence from the NV GOP. But Cegaske’s calendar showed not one meeting with election fraud investigators.

Cegasvke’s calendar calls into question her command of her office and whether she is really in control. From what it looks, Cegasvke’s bureaucrats run the office while she gives speeches to women’s clubs.

BTW Cegasvke received in total pay and benefits, $143,247.23, according to transparentnevada.com.

The NVGOP just served Cegasvke with some 122,000 cases of voter fraud from the 2020 general election. It will be interesting to see how much work she exerts before summarily dismissing it.

BKC Calendar Oct & Nov 2020

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  1. Patriotic Review 5 April 2021 - Nevada Patriot

    […] I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone that wrote a snail mail letter the Secretary of State regarding the investigation of the 122,000 incidents of voter fraud presented to her by the GOP.   The snail mail campaign was hugely successful.  I have it on good authority that she did indeed receive hundreds of letters, each of which had to be opened, and the letters are still trickling in.  A hand written letter still has impact and most importantly hand written mail has to be opened, unlike emails that can simply be deleted.  An interesting article published by 360 News Las Vegas  titled: “Cegavske’s Daily Calendar Shows She Failed To Supervise Joe Gloria”, click here. […]