Nye County Clerk Mark Kampf
Earlier this year Nye County Nevada announced they would count future elections by hand and not rely entirely on questionable voting machines.
Following this news, the ACLU filed a complaint with the Nevada Supreme Court against Nye County. The Nevada Supreme Court sided with Nye County in the case but told the county not to start counting before election day.
The Gateway Pundit spoke with Nye County Clerk Mark Kampf who told us Nye County is counting the ballots by hand AND they are running comparative analysis with a tabulator count.
This sounds like a truly efficient and trustworthy process.
But two weeks ago the ACLU filed new charges against Nye County demanding the county insisting they are “looking for clarity” about how the process will work.
On Friday Nye County Clerk Mark Kampf told The Gateway Pundit that the ACLU missed their filing deadline and the hand counts in the county will continue.
According to Kampf, the ACLU will not be able to file against the county until Monday. Today is Veterans Day.
Kampf also said the county is proceeding with the hand counts and they are making progress.
Here is our previous report on Mark Kampf and Nye County.
ACLU Sues Nye County Nevada for Counting Ballots by Hand and Not Relying Completely on Questionable Voting Machines