JOIN THE TEAM
JOIN THE TEAM
We need everybody that can, to volunteer to help with the historic hand counting of the ballots in Nye County.
We have overcome every obstacle the Democrats, ACLU, SOS, and all other groups that do not want us to succeed. They cannot afford for this new hand count system to work and for a precedent to be set. They are doing everything they can to stop it. But they have failed. We WILL do a hand count of the ballots in Nye County.
The media is lying about the new hand count process in Nye County being a failure. It hasn’t even happened because of all of the lawsuits and ridiculous regulations the SOS has imposed. And all of this is just to stop the process of having a fair and transparent election. WHY??? What are they afraid of?
Please volunteer and be a part of history for Nevada and the entire country! And activate your networks to volunteer also.
We need approximately 150 to 200 volunteers.
The counting process will take place in Pahrump, NV.
Valley Electric Conference Center
800 East Highway 372
Pahrump, NV 89048
The following is from Mark Kampf the Clerk of Nye County.
On Saturday, November 5th the Nevada Secretary of State finally provided approval to move forward with our revised hand count process. We cannot start until we get the Secretary of State approved tally supplies that we need to do our count (which arrive on Wednesday.) Our goal is to start on Thursday morning at 8 am at the Valley Electric Conference center, running multiple shifts as before.
This email is a call to all volunteers to join us on Wednesday, November 9th at the Valley Electric Conference Center for a team debrief to restart the process. We will have information sessions and volunteer re-signup at 1 pm, 3 pm, and 6 pm. If you cannot make one of these sessions, please show up on Thursday morning and we will brief you on the process and put you to work.
We are under pressure to complete this process by November 17th which does not leave us much time. I would appreciate all of you to step up and help us achieve our goal. We may need to work on the weekend and extra time beyond the standard 4 hours to tally all the batches. However, our new process should be more efficient and involve less administration allowing us to complete more tallies in a shorter period of time.
I look forward to seeing you all on Wednesday, and with the right, committed resources starting the count again on Thursday.