Whether due to various alleged irregularities, improprieties, and fraud in the conduct of Nevada's election, including those related to mail-in ballot processing machines, electronic voting machines, ballot-counting observation, the processing and counting of provisional ballots, and voting drives, the court should order that either Republican electors be certified as the duly elected Presidential electors from the state or that no Presidential electors be certified
Whether the Clark County Registrar of Voters failed to follow multiple statutorily required procedures in conducting the election, "flooding" the county with untrackable ballots and using the Agilis mail ballot processing machine with signature recognition software instead of a person to verify signatures as required by Nevada law; Whether these alleged errors require the Clark County Commissioners to hold a new election
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