Read: Utah Lt. Gov.’s office report alleges Cache County election officials falsified official records

A report by the Utah lieutenant governor’s office also said the Cache County clerk’s office violated state election law.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Cache County offices 179 N Main St, Logan, Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2023. Read the Utah lieutenant governor’s office report alleging Cache County's election official falsified documents and broke Utah election laws.

A report by the state’s top elections officials found “deeply troubling” details about the alleged mismanagement of Cache County’s 2023 general elections by the clerk’s office.

The review, published by Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson’s office on Feb. 13, outlines their investigation, which started on Dec. 5, 2023.

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“My team not only found an unprecedented lack of controls, widespread violations of Utah election law and administrative rule, but also a pointed disregard for policy and practices established by my office,” Henderson wrote in a letter addressed to Cache County Clerk/Auditor David Benson.

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