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Tedder Seeks Recount Of Clerk-Recorder Results

Despite losing by 44-percentage points in the June race for Nevada County Clerk-Recorder, Jason Tedder is requesting a recount and ballot inspection. Tedder did not return calls for comment. But the request has been sent to the Clerk-Recorder’s office, on his behalf, from Randy Economy. Economy has been a conservative radio host in Coachella Valley. He did not provide any specific reasons for the request, or for his involvement with Tedder’s candidacy…

click to listen to Randy Economy

Economy is also requesting access to a number of documents, materials, and information that he says are relevant to the June Primary…

click to listen to Randy Economy

Assistant Clerk-Recorder Natalie Adona is the assumed winner, with 67-percent of the vote. Under the elections code, as long as the request is made within five days of certification of a race, the process is initiated. Economy indicates the request was made in the proper timeframe. Requesters must also pay for a recount, which is Economy. About a year ago, he left the Newsom recall campaign, described, at the time, as a key spokesperson and senior adviser.

1 Comment

July 6, 2022

Valerie J Forster-Goodman

Thanks You Mr. Economy.
I watched the Cameras activity on election day many times, next day 1 or 2 cameras view angle changed.
I was Shocked the Morning when polls opened the Count results stated Natalie Adona was 11,000 and Tedder was just over 1,000.
The following day Adona still in 11,000 gained a few hundred.
Tedder over 3,200

So I feel those early vote counts just not correct

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