LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Clark County Commissioners voted unanimously to certify the results from the District C race between Ross Miller and Stavros Anthony during Tuesday's board meeting.
Miller won by just 10 votes. There were more than 100 voting discrepancies, leading commissioners to originally consider a special election.
Quite historic day for election integrity in Clark County. Two weeks ago, Election Director testified District C race could NOT be certified, county attorney agreed, County Commission ordered special election. Today, with zero justification and no discussion, reversed decision.— Stavros Anthony (@StavrosAnthony) December 1, 2020
The certification will now be sent to the Nevada Secretary of State, the county says.
Miller recently filed a complaint against the county claiming commissioners overstepped their legal authority by throwing out votes from the general election.
On Wednesday morning Anthony took to Twitter to say:
Weeks ago, residents of District C were notified of Special Election, ordered by County Commission, when Election Director testified he could not certify the accuracy of the election. Now Tick Segerblom wants to nullify that at next Tuesday meeting. OUTRAGEOUS. Let people vote
The commission will discuss the measure at 9 a.m. Tuesday. View the meeting agenda here.