Double Trouble: Duplicate Voters Discovered by Pigpen Project Investigators

(Chuck Muth) – Cleaning voter lists is like peeling an onion – every time you tackle one level, there’s another right behind it.

So far, the Pigpen Project in Nevada has been investigating dead voters and voters who appear to have moved out-of-state permanently.  And we’ve successfully identified over a thousand, which have been submitted to the Clark County Election Department for removal.

Now we’re moving into a different category: Voters who have moved WITHIN the state.

Here’s why this is a problem…

If a voter moves from one county to another, they can still vote for the same statewide candidates, though it’d be a LOT better if they re-registered at their new address.  But if they move from one legislative district to another – even within the same county – that’s a problem.

For example, if they moved in Clark County from Assembly District 1 and into Assembly District 2, they should NOT be allowed to vote in Assembly District 1 just because they failed to change their registration address.

Our Pigpen researchers, in an initial investigation, found 158 such anomalies.

For example, “Jane Doe” (name changed for privacy reasons) registered to vote in Washoe County in 2014.  But “Jane Doe” – with the exact same birthdate – registered to vote in Clark County in 2022.

That means she was mailed two ballots last year – which is a waste of money even though there’s no indication that she voted twice. Still, mailing a ballot to her Washoe address where she no longer lives increases the POTENTIAL for voting fraud.

Ditto “John Smith.”  He registered to vote in Clark County in 2018.  But “John Smith” – with the exact same date of birth – also registered to vote at a different Clark County address in 2022.

Although the move was within the same county, it changed him from Senate District 6 to Senate District 2 and from Assembly District 34 to Assembly District 11.

Again, there’s no indication that both ballots were cast, however, there was still a loose ballot floating around that increased the POTENTIAL for voting fraud. And again, it’s a waste of tax dollars to mail two ballots to the same person at two different addresses.

As you might have guessed from the above, we’ve started researching voter records in other counties outside of Clark.

And because of that, we’re going to conduct a virtual Zoom training for folks who haven’t been able to make it to one of our live trainings in Las Vegas on Thursday evening, January 4, 2024, from 6:00-8:00 pm.

There is no charge to attend this training, but you do need to register online so you’ll get the login information.

To sign up, CLICK HERE.

The Pigpen Project is making a huge difference in securing our future elections by doing the hard work necessary to catch suspicious registrations that escaped the Election Department’s radar screen through its standard verification process.

The more people trained in how to look for and document these anomalies, the faster we’ll be able to clean up the voter lists – especially before next fall’s general election.

And with that said…


P.S.  If you can’t volunteer, you can still help support this project by making a small contribution to pay for the software program, research, printing, pizza and donuts for volunteers, etc.  $10, $25, $50 or more would be extremely helpful in expanding the project by enlisting more volunteers.  Click here.

And lastly, if you know of someone who you believe has moved and should be taken off the “active” list, you can submit a request for investigation through the Pigpen Project by clicking here.


“Elected officials of all political stripes should want to prevent election fraud.” – Las Vegas Sun, 5/26/23

The Pigpen Project is a project of Citizen Outreach Foundation, an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) grassroots organization founded in 1992.  Donations are tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes.

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