Monday, January 24, 2022

2nd CO Clerk Accused Of Election Security Breach

Colorado's Secretary of State, Jena Griswold (D), on Monday, Ordered a County Clerk who has echoed Trump's demands for “audits” of Elections, to return a Copy he says he made of his County's Election system, a potential Breach of Security.

Jena Griswold's Office, said in a Statement, that Elbert County Clerk and Recorder, Dallas Schroeder (R), disclosed he made the Copy of the System's Hard Drive before Aug. 27, 2021.

The Disclosure came in an Affidavit Schroeder filed in a Lawsuit, against Griswold's Office claiming Weaknesses in Election Security.

Schroeder, last fall, joined the Lawsuit, filed by Backers of Trump's Lies about Widespread Voter Fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election.

The Secretary of State's Office, said Schroeder made the Copy of the Election system before the System was Rebuilt for the upcoming Contest, so there's No sign of “imminent or direct security risk to Colorado’s elections.”

Still, Griswold is ordering Schroeder to sit for a Deposition to determine the Extent of any Security Breach.

He is the Second Colorado Clerk, who has gotten in Hot Water over Accusations of Election Security Breaches.

Mesa County Clerk, Tina Peters (R), is under State and Federal Investigation for an alleged Security Breach of the Election System there.

A Judge already barred Peters, who appeared at a Meeting of Trump-supporting Election Conspiracy Theorists, from Running the County's 2021 Contest.

Griswold earlier this month Sued to Block Peters from Running this year's Election.

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