Oct 24, 2021

Rob Lauer Political Reporter

Nevada RINO Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske tried attacking Republican allegations of voter fraud today by indicting a Republican who she claims voted for his dead wife with a mail in ballot, but all she did was verify all the allegations made over the past 11 months about the system being corrupt and broken.

The only person to be charged (this week) with voter fraud over the last 8 years by Nevada Republican Barbara Cegavske is a Republican linked to Ahern. Cegavske. Rosemarie Hartle, of Las Vegas, died from breast cancer in 2017, but according to outspoken critic of mail in ballots, Kirk Hartle, they sent his wife a mail-in-ballot prior to the 2020 election. Rosemarie’s name appeared on the active voter list. Her mail-in-ballot was mailed in and Clark County Registrar Joe Gloria’s computer system accepted the signature on Rosemarie’s ballot and counted her vote. (The signature verification system was a key issue in several lawsuits after the 2020 election). BTW Kirk went public claiming someone stole the mail-in-ballot and mailed it in, according to news reports.

Clearly Kirk Hartle was targeted by Cegavske in her one and only criminal charge since taking office in 2014 because he was an outspoken critic.

But Mr. Hartle’s criminal charge proves everything Republicans have been claiming is wrong with the corrupt election system here in Nevada is true. They proved that people who died years ago were still getting mail-in-ballots, that the computer signature verification system failed and Rosemarie’s vote was counted.

360 News did several reports before, during and after the 2020 elections with proof of the SOS sending out mail in ballots to deceased voters. “18K PLUS DECEASED VOTERS MAILED BALLOTS IN CLARK COUNTY”

May 13, 2020

Rob Lauer Political Reporter

On March 24, 2020, Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske changed the 2020 June Primary election to an all mail-in-ballot election. Cegavske then caved to demands from the DNC last week and to sent ALL active and inactive voters mail-in-ballots. This week folks started receiving their ballots in the mail. That brings us to local Las Vegas resident Alex Childer.

Childer purchased his home around four years ago through the probate court for Sandy Jo Smith. Smith passed away April 8, 2016. Yep, you guessed it, Alex just received a mail-in-ballot for Sandy Jo Smith, fours years after she passed away. Smith has been on the voter rolls for the passed four years. According to the Clark County Elections Department, they do not automatically remove deceased people from the voter rolls even tho death certificates from the Southern Nevada Health District are readily available. Instead, they wait until they get a call from someone notifying them. Then they send out a form to have that person fill out. Then remove the person from the voter rolls.

Childer said on Social media “I received my mail in ballot today. I also received the ballots for the previous owners of this house. I know for a fact one of them has passed away. Good to see Clark County is really on top of this election”.


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