Probably Not

From a phone call with a local state senator:

“So, will anything be done about Secretary Cegavske’s actions regarding these recent elections?”
I can’t answer that on the record.
“Okay, off the record then.”
Probably not.

From the Way-Back Machine:

Carson City, Dec. 3, 2004 – State Controller Kathy Augustine left the Senate on Saturday after charges that could have removed her from office were dismissed. Augustine faced three articles of impeachment accusing her of having her staff spend a large portion of their state time on her 2002 re-election campaign and of using her office computers, equipment and facilities in that campaign.

That was more than 16-years-ago and now look, the same body, the Nevada Senate seems unwilling to even entertain the idea of calling itself back into session to investigate the myriad of charges leveled at Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske. Most recent of these charges are that she improperly transmitted the entirety of Nevada’s voter rolls to a Pakistani tech company with ties to a Pakistani intelligence agency in November 2020.

Oddly enough, Cegavske was absent from the senate that Saturday when Augustine was censured by this once esteemed Nevada body politic.

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