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Nevada attorney general criticizes Utah’s Sean Reyes for his unfounded claims of voting irregularities

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford criticized Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes for saying he’d seen evidence of “voting irregularities” during a weekend visit, telling him to “mind his business,” the Las-Vegas Review-Journal reported Wednesday.

Ford, a Democrat who noted that no evidence of voter fraud has emerged in the state, also told the Review-Journal that Reyes, a Republican, had not returned his phone calls or texts. And he characterized Reyes’ claims about the state’s elections as “a disrespectful slap in the face.”

All major U.S. news organizations have called the race for Biden, who is now the president-elect, but Trump has so far been unwilling to concede.

After his weekend trip, Reyes said in a written statement that he’d seen “evidence of voting irregularities that may have resulted in improper votes being counted or proper votes being rejected.” Read from source….