Injunction Prohibits Tina Peters & Belinda Knisley From Being Involved In November ElectionJudge Valerie Robison issued an injunction Wednesday prohibiting Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters and her deputy, Belinda Knisley, from acting as designated election officials for the upcoming elections.
Secretary Of State Takes Next Steps In Lawsuit To Remove Mesa County Clerk And Recorder Tina Peters As Designated Election OfficialColorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has filed an opening brief in a lawsuit to remove Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters as the Designated Election Official.
Mesa County Deputy Clerk Belinda Knisley Charged After Being On Paid Leave From WorkThe 21st Judicial District Attorney's Office in Mesa County charged the county's Deputy Clerk, Belinda Knisley, with second degree burglary and cybercrime on Wednesday.
Secretary Of State Proceeds With Lawsuit To Remove Mesa County Clerk And Recorder Tina Peters As Designated Election OfficialColorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has proceeded with a lawsuit to remove Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters as the Designated Election Official.
Mesa County Elections Office To Replace Dominion Voting Systems EquipmentMesa County is going to replace all Dominion voting equipment.
FBI Investigating Whether Mesa County Elections Office Violated Federal Law, Treasurer Will Take Over For County ClerkFBI officials in Denver confirmed on Tuesday that they are now part of the investigation into the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder's Office.
Colorado Secretary Of State: Mesa County Clerk Allowed 'Troubling’ Security Breach In Elections Office To HappenMesa County must replace its election equipment after a security breach.
Mesa County Clerk Ordered To Stop Using Voting MachinesWhen passwords were accessed and recently posted online on a website known for conspiracy theories, it set off alarm bells in the Colorado Secretary of State's Office.
Mesa County District Attorney Conducts Criminal Investigation After Posting Of Election System PasswordsColorado state officials are investigating a county election office after passwords for its voting systems were posted online.