Larimer election judges warned of disinformation from caller spoofing clerk’s office

Colorado Newsline: Larimer County election officials last week sent to election judges an alert that highlighted election disinformation spread in a phone call from someone posing as a county employee and using a number that spoofed the county clerk’s office.

The alert, which Newsline obtained through a public information request, said that an unknown person called a potential Larimer County election judge, and, identifying herself as a Larimer County employee, told the potential judge that the county requires all election judges “to be vaccinated.”

“The information provided on the call is disinformation,” the alert, sent by the county’s elections operations manager, said. “The information is not accurate, and the call was not made by our office.”

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