The executive board of the Democratic party met and voted on a set of rules that allowed Roberta…
Dean Guiliotis

actually, that’s NOT true.

This was verified with Ralston Report and Politifact Nevada.

Magnus said the committee spent much of Saturday investigating the delegates called into question, and eventually seated six of them. The remaining 58 delegates were rejected because they were either not Democrats by May 1 or the party could not confirm their name or address.
“There was not a vetting process at county convention like the state level convention,” Magnus said.
Importantly, the state party reported only eight of the rejected delegates even showed up to the convention, so even if they had been seated it would not have flipped the majority.
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