Nevada Voter: “I went to vote, and was told I'd already voted... Somebody took my ballot!”

“Somebody took my ballot. They also took the ballot of my roommate,” says 79-year-old, legally blind Nevadan

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — “We believe there are dead voters that have been counted, and we're also certain there are 1,000s of people whose votes have been counted that have moved out of Clark County (where the city of Las Vegas is located,)” said the former Attorney General of Nevada, Adam Laxalt, announcing the filing of a lawsuit in Clark County disputing Nevada’s mail-in ballot voting process.

Laxalt and the Nevada Republican Party contend the recently instituted Nevada Mail-In Ballot system has resulted in fraudulent votes being cast by ineligible voters all across the state, while election officials were also denying citizens their constitutional right to vote.​​​​
“We firmly believe there are many voters in this group of mail-in ballots that are not proper voters.

"In the last many days, we have received reports of many irregularities across the valley” Laxalt (at right,) said.

Laxalt then held up the case of, and introduced 79-year-old, legally blind Nevadan Jill Stokke, as evidence that the state’s voting irregularities were real.
“Today we have a voter, Jill Stokke, who was denied access to vote.

"She showed up to vote, and was told someone had already cast her ballot – she was denied the opportunity to vote,” said Laxalt.

“As a result, we are asking for emergency relief, a Temporary Restraining Oorder and injunctive relief. We’re asking the judge to, due to all of these irregularities, to stop the counting of improper votes.

"And we’re filing in Federal District Court here in Las Vegas.”

After brief statements from former acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell, Stokke approached the lectern and recounted her story.
“I went to vote, and was told I already voted,” Stokke said (Click on video link: Las Vegas press conference, below,) adding that in the past she had always only ever voted in-person.

“This time, they mailed out the ballot and somebody took my ballot.

"They also took the ballot of my roommate,” Stokke said.

In an earlier interview with NewsNow Las Vegas, Stokke said election officials had refused to let her vote in-person, telling her that her mail-in ballot had been processed and the signature had been matched and verified.
“I said it couldn’t match, because I didn’t vote,” said Stokke, adding that she had also reached out to an attorney over the matter.
Clark County Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria said Stokke’s version of events doesn’t match-up with reality.

Gloria said election officials believed the signature on her ballot matched the one they had on file, and that the county gave her the option to challenge her verified mail-in ballot. Stokke declined to do so.