Did you know that the SEIU represents the voting machine technicians in Clark County (Las Vegas), Nevada? Is it any surprise, as we noted earlier today, that there was a voting glitch in Clark County, Nevada? The glitchcaused Harry Reid’s name to be automatically checked on the ballotbefore voters had indicated who were they were supporting.
According to Joyce Ferrara who was an eyewitness to this strange ballot ordeal, the problem waswidespread, “One person that’s a fluke. Two, that’s strange. Butseveral within a five minute period of time — that’s wrong.”
It is particularly troubling that Clark County has put the uber left-wing SEIU Local 1107 in charge of their voting machines.
The County hereby recognizes the Union as the sole and exclusive collective bargaining representative of the County employeesassigned to the classifications listed in Appendix A who are eligible tobe represented by the Union except as limited by Section 2 of thisArticle. The Union shall be notified of additions to the list of classifications (Appendix A), within seven (7) days of posting forthe position classification and shall receive 30 days advance notice ofany deletions. Upon written request by the Union, the parties shall meetand confer regarding deletions within the 30 day notification periodreferenced herein. Both parties recognize that the Union retains itsright to appeal under the provisions of NRS 288.170.
On page 75 of the agreement, in Appendix A, Voting Machine Technician is listed as a classifiedposition that the SEIU represents. Even though the CBA expired on June30, 2010, the CBA continues until this day because of language inArticle 43 which says that the County and SEIU can continue the CBA yearto year until one party deems it unfit.
“The U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Nevada State Attorney General, and the U.S Marshalls need to act now to ensure that the SEIU does notcontinue to compromise the integrity of ballots in Nevada, and anywhereelse in the country. The democratic process is too precious to betampered with and abused.”