Nevada County’s elections office has gotten some national attention. Assistant Clerk-Recorder Natalie Adona appeared on the PBS News Hour Tuesday night. She says she used to work with one of the network’s correspondents, in Washington D.C, who suggested she be part of a story to get the perspective of elections officials from around the country, amid allegations of bias and fraud from the Trump campaign….
Meanwhile, Adona says she didn’t get similar flak from Nevada County voters or public officials…
Adona says elections officials had prepared for a number of scenarios this time, in light of the unprecedented level of mail-in voting, due to the pandemic. And she says she was impressed how smoothly things went nationwide. She says it also helped that Nevada County was one of the first counties to allow mail-in balloting for all residents, starting in 2018.
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