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Colorado county clerks call on critics to show proof of election fraud | #phishing | #scams | #hacking | #aihp

Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder Gilbert “Bo” Ortiz joined a bipartisan group of clerks from across the state in Denver on Sunday to call on critics who have claimed that Colorado’s election practices are fraudulent to back up their allegations with evidence.

“We call on the individuals behind these allegations and ongoing disinformation to provide actual evidence of problems within our system to law enforcement, either through county district attorneys, or even directly through an outreach to the Colorado General Attorney,” Weld County Clerk Carly Koppes told reporters at the Denver County Elections Division.

County clerks and recorders said they are receiving an increasing number of emails, phone calls and office visits in recent months from constituents concerned about claims of fraudulent elections. These range from assertions that thousands of fake votes were cast in 2020 using the identities of deceased Coloradans, to claims that Colorado’s election servers reside in China.

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