COLORADO ELECTION FRAUD: Elbert County Clerk gave copies of election hard drive to attorneys
DENVER (AP) — Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold said a county clerk made copies of her electoral system that ended up in the hands of two people not authorized to see it.
Griswold says she consults with the state attorney general’s office. Griswold is a Democrat and the case involves Republican Dallas Schroeder.
“My office is reviewing the information received on the hard drive copy of Elbert County voting materials,” Griswold said. “We are continuing to investigate and will determine any additional steps needed. As Secretary of State, I will ensure that every Republican, Democrat, and unaffiliated voter has access to a safe and secure election.
Schroeder is the Elbert County Clerk and Recorder. He joined a lawsuit calling for an audit of Colorado’s electoral system filed by supporters of former President Donald Trump’s election lies.
He is the second Republican election official implicated in a possible election leak in the state. Schroeder did not immediately return a call for comment.
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