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Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein won't be filing charges or going forward with any legal action based on allegations of election fraud made in the latest report commissioned by Clerk Tina Peters that purports to show proof that votes could have been altered in the 2020 general election.

After district attorney investigator Michael Struwe looked into the report, Rubinstein concluded that its ultimate findings, that Dominion Voting System election equipment used by the county either had software remotely installed that could alter vote tabulations or that occurred from an intentionally installed program remotely, wasn't what created errant databases in the system identified in the so-called third report, Rubinstein told Mesa County commissioners today.

Sandra Brown

Then Election Manager Sandra Brown works on election equipment during 2020 election, which is what caused falsely perceived problems, according to DA investigators.