An expert in data analysis revealed her findings after analyzing a portion of the data on election results in the state of Nevada and expressed concern that she found more than 13,000 votes, which have virtually no voter data and registered their residences in casinos and mobile homes, the Washington Examiner reported.

Dorothy Morgan signed an affidavit, which was filed with a lawsuit by congressional candidate Dan Rodimer who lost the election in Nevada’s third district by 13,000 votes. The judge dismissed the lawsuit on the grounds that he did not have jurisdiction to handle the case.

In her analysis, Morgan explains that what caught her attention was that in the 2016 presidential election, there were 68 registered voters who had problems with their data but this year that number increased to 13,372.

Morgan stated, “This investigation found over 13K voters whose voter registration information revealed no sex or date of birth. Not only does this mean we cannot verify whether these voters are old enough to vote, it is also historically strange: While one does not expect voter registration information to be perfect, it is very strange that there were very, very few of these kinds of imperfect records with missing or invalid information until this year—when there are 13,372 of them.”

Morgan found that the peak of these votes being accepted as valid is “historically odd” because 74% of the registrations were between July and September of this year just a few months before the election.

She also noted that dozens of these registrations used casino or temporary RV park addresses as residences, enough to invalidate these ballots.

Comparing the 2020 data with past elections, Morgan said, what “I saw is that you have a handful of people and then all of a sudden you have 13,000 people making that error in 2020, and that’s just, that’s not right.”

“Based on the results I have found in the limited time I have had to analyze this dataset, I expect to find additional oddities in the election data as I conduct further analysis,” she wrote.

On Nov. 25, Judge James Russell of the First Judicial District agreed to hold a hearing on Dec. 3 to review the evidence that President Trump’s legal team will present on election irregularities and fraud in the state of Nevada.

At the hearing, an eyewitness will testify about how on election night external disks were used in the tabulation machines to add votes for the Democratic candidate.