According to the Election Integrity Project, Nevada, more than 2,400 persons who are registered to vote in Nevada, subsequently registered in California, but voted in Nevada’s November 3 election.
EIPNv had previously reported 1,411 such voters. An expanded analysis, matching mailing addresses and phone numbers, found approximately 1,000 more suspect voters. To lawfully vote in Nevada, one must continuously reside in the state and one’s county for 30 days and one’s precinct 10 days preceding Election Day [NRS 293.485].
Federal law allows persons to vote in their old state if they have moved within 30 days of the election. These findings will be submitted to the Secretaries of State in both Nevada and California.
FINISH READING HERE: https://californiaglobe.com/section-2/more-than-2400-californians-now-suspected-of-voting-in-nevadas-election/