On the night of the 2022 election, a poll watcher in a small, rural town in the Midwest captured a troubling scene on video: a poll worker shredding ballots. The incident quickly made headlines and sparked an investigation by the state’s election board.
The poll watcher, who has chosen to remain anonymous, reported that they saw a poll worker shredding ballots in the early morning hours of election night. The poll watcher said they asked the poll worker what they were doing, and the poll worker replied that they were “just cleaning up.”
The state election board has launched an investigation into the incident and is examining the video footage and the poll watcher’s statement. The board is also looking into whether the poll worker was authorized to shred ballots and if the ballots were properly counted before being destroyed.
The state election board has asked for the public’s help in its investigation. It has asked anyone with information about the poll worker or the incident to come forward.
The incident has sparked a debate about the security of the election process and the need for better oversight of poll workers. It has also raised questions about the integrity of the vote and the accuracy of the results.
The state election board is expected to release its findings in the coming weeks. Until then, the incident remains a mystery.