The largest county in Nevada certified its November election results for the presidential race Monday.
Joe Biden beat President Trump in Clark County by 90,922 votes, with a margin of nine percentage points.
Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria said they found discrepancies between the number of voters processed and the number of ballots counted amounting to 936 votes countywide. But that is well under Biden’s unofficial statewide margin of victory of over 30,000 votes.
However, the snafu may result in a do-over in one local election. The margin of victory for one seat on the Clark County Commission was only 10 votes, in a district with 139 discrepancies.
“That's the only race in the entire election where we have any concern related to the outcome,” said Gloria.
Without the ability to determine what caused those discrepancies, the county commission voted to put certification of that race on hold as they consider whether they must hold a special election to vote again.
But Commissioner Jim Gibson stressed that the uncertainty about who won a single commission seat “bears not at all on the outcome of any other race.”