President Trump’s campaign has filed an Inspection of Public Records Act request to verify or determine whether there were any problems or serious glitches with Dominion Voting Systems machines during the November 3 election.
“The Republican Party of New Mexico has questioned the validity of these machines since the election,” said Republican Party of New Mexico Chairman Steve Pearce. “There are too many questions regarding whether votes may have been changed. It’s important that we take a look at these machines and the software used. We support the Campaign looking into this. It’s about election integrity.”
Because of the problems with Dominion machines on a national level, there’s concern that there may have been irregularities in New Mexico.
The Trump Campaign wants to look at software, documents, data and any abnormalities in connection with the tabulation of votes by Dominion machines. The Campaign wants all records related to Dominion equipment and software used in the 2020 election in New Mexico. It’s asking Secretary of State Toulouse Oliver to also provide information, records and documents from New Mexico counties.
There are serious questions concerning the accuracy of the reporting of votes.
The request to examine Dominion machines in New Mexico comes after machines in Antrim County, Michigan, were checked. Trump supporters were allowed to examine these machines. They analyzed data and found error rates of overreporting Biden votes.
All of the voting machines used in New Mexico, including early and absentee voting, were Dominion.
The state has 15 days to respond to the IPRA request.
Dominion Voting Systems is used in 28 states.