BREAKING: Election Vote Count Scandal Stuns Mid-West State | Lawsuit Shocks Nation

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold announced on Thursday that she is pushing a civil suit seeking the whereabouts of copies of election machine hard drives after allegations that Colorado election data was copied and given to “unauthorized” individuals.

The suit was filed against Elbert County Clerk and Recorder Dallas Schroeder, who is accused of taking two hard drives from a voting machine server and copying them.

Griswold said in a statement, “Critical information regarding the unauthorized imaging of Elbert County’s voting system hard drives has not been disclosed by Clerk Schroeder, and the copies of the hard drives still are in the hands of unauthorized people.”

Griswold wants all information pertaining to Schroeder’s activities, but it looks like there will be an extensive legal battle to resolve the situation.

Griswold’s lawsuit alleges that Schroeder “created a risk that the copies of Elbert County’s voting system hard drives may be exploited to undermine confidence in Colorado’s secure elections.”

This lawsuit will be worth keeping an eye on as the 2022 midterm elections draw closer. This lawsuit could have a big impact on Colorado’s election integrity procedures.

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