Indicted Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters remains a loser in the Republican primary for Colorado secretary of state.
The results of a statewide recount of the more than 623,000 votes cast in the contest last month showed Peters still losing by about 90,000 votes to former Jefferson County Clerk Pam Anderson. In fact, Peters loss appears to have worsened by a handful of votes because of the recount.
The Colorado County Clerks Association, which announced the results, said Anderson gained seven votes while Peters gained just four. The vote count for Mike O’Donnell, a third candidate running in the GOP primary, didn’t change.
“The recount she asked for showed she lost, just as our post-election audits already held in every county and certified by volunteer citizen canvass boards…
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