Democrat Ross Miller was ahead of Republican Stavros Anthony by an infinitesimal 10 votes, or 75,586 to 75,576, when the Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria discovered 139 suspicious ballots, and he recommended that the race be re-run.
Clark County, whose epicenter is Las Vegas, had a population last year of 2.33 million, or a colossal 76% of the Nevada's 3.08 million.
The results for Clark County in the 2020 presidential election are:
Joe Biden: 521,852
Donald Trump: 430,930
Thus, former Vice President Biden holds a 90,922 lead in this pivotal county.
This year's results for Nevada, which has 6 electoral votes, are:
Biden holds a slim 33,590 vote lead, or 2.4%, with 1,405,376 tallied (32,000 were recorded for other candidates.)
The results for the 2016 presidential election in Clark County, Nevada are:
Hillary Clinton: 402,227
Donald Trump: 320,057
Therefore, Biden's 521,852 votes in Clark County represent a mind-boggling increase of 119,625 votes, or 30%, compared to Clinton's tally four years ago.
Similarly, the results in Clark County in the 2008 presidential elections are:
Barack Obama: 380,765
John McCain: 257,078
Biden received 141,087 more votes, or a gigantic 37%,than Obama received 12 years ago.
Between 2010 and 2020, Clark County's population only increased by 145,000 from 2,183,000 to 2,328,000.
Undoubtedly, Biden's historically high total in this county is wildly anomalous.
Washoe County, Nevada's second most populous and whose center is Reno, has these totals this year and in 2016:
Biden garnered a huge 30,749 more votes, or 32%, than Clinton received four years ago.
At a press conference a few days after Election Day, Ric Grenell, accused the "Harry Reid Machine"of involvement with illegal voting.
Eighty-year-old Reid represented Nevada in the U.S. Senate between Jan. 1987 to Jan. 2017, and he was the fanatically partisan majority leader between 2007 and 2015.
President Trump tweeted that it was a "Big Victory," after the county commissioner's race in Clark County was invalidated.
Nevada has now joined Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Arizona, as the key states where the president's lawyers are energetically investigating and litigating widespread voter fraud, as they battle for each state's critical electoral votes.
As Yogi Berra, another great New Yorker, famously quipped: "It ain't over till it's over."
Mark Schulte is a retired New York City schoolteacher and mathematician who has written extensively about science and the history of science. Read Mark Schulte's Report's — More Here.