Lander County Nevada is replacing its Dominion voting machines.
Trump won the county in 2020 by almost 80%.
Nevada’s Lander County, which former President Donald Trump won by a large margin in the 2020 election, will replace its voting machine produced by Dominion Voting Systems.
Commissioners in Lander County, with a population of 5,734, approved $224,000 to purchase new ES&S voting machines and $69,000 for maintenance, installation, and training. ES&S equipment is federally certified and used across the nation.
Outgoing County Clerk Sadie Sullivan, who runs local elections, told the commissioners in October that ES&S was reliable, resulting in the commissioners deciding to go with the company.
The commissioners said that their scrutiny of Dominion’s equipment was not due to the belief of foul play in Lander’s elections but because they were unsure of the machines elsewhere.
Although Trump won almost 80 percent of the votes in Lander County, commissioners have contemplated an Arizona-style voting machine audit and suggested hand-counting ballots in future elections in a proposal earlier this year.
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