Las Vegas, NV – January 22, 2024 – The Office of the Secretary of State has scheduled a workshop
on February 2nd, at 9 am, at 4412 of the Grant Sawyer Building, 555 E Washington Ave, Las
Vegas, NV 89101, to discuss the adoption of electronic voting systems. As Republicans who
value the principles of transparency and security in our political process, it is imperative that we
unite to oppose this measure.
From a constitutional viewpoint, our concerns regarding the potential adoption of electronic
voting systems are deeply rooted in the risks they pose to the security, transparency, and
integrity of our elections. The cornerstone of our political system is the trust that every citizen's
vote will be counted accurately and without manipulation. Electronic voting systems, while
promising efficiency, bring forth vulnerabilities that could undermine the very foundation of our
Furthermore, the timing of this proposal is highly concerning. With the upcoming presidential
election in November, the coincidence raises suspicions of potential election interference.
Republicans emphasize the need for stability and trust in the electoral system during such
critical times, and any changes to voting procedures warrant thorough scrutiny.
We urge fellow Republicans and concerned citizens to take the following steps to make your
Attend the Workshop:
Show your presence and opposition by attending the workshop scheduled for February 2nd at 9
am at 4412 of the Grant Sawyer Building, 555 E Washington Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101.
Submit Written Comments:
Express your concerns in writing by submitting comments directly to Mark Wlaschin, Office of
the Secretary of State, Elections Division.
Provide Public Comment Telephonically:
Participate in the meeting telephonically by dialing 1-888-475-4499 on the date of the meeting.
When prompted, provide Meeting ID 825 5995 2110, and then press #. When prompted for a
Participant ID, press #.
Let us stand together as Republicans to safeguard the principles that define our democratic way
of life. Your active participation is crucial in making our collective opposition heard. Time is of the
essence, so act now and make your voice count!
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