The threats to oust Ronna Romney McDaniel as head of the Republican National Committee at the organization’s January 31st meeting in Las Vegas must have gotten her attention. The RNC is suddenly (3 years late) threatening legal action against the Nevada Secretary of State’s office because of its dirty voter rolls.
This marks the first time that McDaniel has ever done anything other than spend RNC donor money on lavish vacations and extravagant conferences for the RNC’s leadership, in addition to Botox filler injections for herself.
The issue is the same one that whistleblowers were alleging after the 2020 election was stolen in the Silver State. There are too many registered voters in Nevada when compared with US Census data. The RNC is hinting at a lawsuit if the Secretary of State’s office doesn’t clean up its dirty voter rolls immediately.
The US Census Bureau tracks all sorts of information, including the percentage of adults 18 and over who are registered to vote in every county in the country. For example, during the 2020 election, an average of 72.1% of adults were registered in counties nationwide. The lowest percentage was a county in Hawaii, where 53.5% were registered. The highest percentage was a county in Maine, where 87.2% were registered.
After a simple comparison of Nevada’s voter rolls with the census data, the RNC found that something very illegal is going on there. Three of Nevada’s 17 counties have greater than 100% voter registration rates compared to the number of adults 18 and up. An additional five counties in Nevada have voter registration rates above 90%, which is higher than that outlier county’s rate at the extreme end of the curve in Maine in 2020.
Clark County, NV, which contains Las Vegas and Henderson, and Washoe County, which includes Reno, were two of the counties with greater than 90% voter registration rates. Those two cities encompass the largest population centers in Nevada. Is it weird for cities the size of Las Vegas to have more than 90% of adults registered to vote?
We checked, and yes, it is.
All of the following cities have roughly the same population size as Las Vegas, with the percentage of adults registered to vote in parenthesis:
Boston (63.8%); Portland, OR (71.8%); Nashville (59.9%); Washington, DC (64.1%); El Paso, TX (60.2%)
That’s not even close. All other major cities in the US that are roughly the same size as Las Vegas have voter registration rates that are much lower than the national average, but Las Vegas and Reno have over 90% rates? Please.
Dirty voter rolls are important if you want to steal an election. The name of every ineligible person on the voter rolls represents a phantom ballot that can be injected into the system if you want to steal a race. While the five main swing states that were stolen in 2020 get a lot of attention, Nevada was a place where a lot of fraud also happened.
Joe Biden supposedly “won” Nevada by 33,596 votes. When the Trump campaign sued to challenge the results there, they proved the following in court:
In six Indian communities in Nevada, the Democrat Party bribed Natives with gas cards, gift cards, scratch-off tickets and T-shirts in exchange for going to polling places and casting their ballots. (It’s illegal to give someone anything of value in exchange for their vote.) An analysis of the vote also showed that 19,000 people who lived outside of state voted; 24,000 people who lived somewhere other than their registered address voted; more than 1,500 dead voters cast ballots; and more than 42,000 people double voted.
This evidence was all provided to the court. Then, the judge panicked and ruled that the Trump campaign “lacked standing” to file suit in Nevada.
At any rate, Nevada’s voter rolls are in even worse shape today than they were in 2020. Large cities don’t have greater than 90% registration rates, and it’s impossible for counties to have greater than 100% registration rates. That’s a violation of the National Voter Registration Act, which requires states to clean up their voter rolls.
Does this mean that the RNC is finally going to start taking election integrity seriously? Well… it doesn’t feel like a coincidence that they’re threatening a lawsuit in Nevada, and Ronna McDaniel will be up for reelection at the end of January in Nevada, does it?