NEVADA (KTNV) — Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford spoke to 13 Investigates Tuesday regarding claims of voter fraud in the state.
The claims have come up in the Silver State despite a lack of evidence from Nevada Republicans and the Trump campaign amid the 2020 election.
Attorney General Ford said widespread voter fraud does not exist in Nevada.
He also says COVID-19 protocols and signature matching are two reasons why it’s taking so long to count ballots.
Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria says he is confident Clark County will meet Thursday's ballot-counting deadline.