Nevada grand jury brings indictments against alternate electors in 2020 election | 6 Dec 2023 | A grand jury convened by Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford has brought felony indictments against six individuals who served as alternate electors after the 2020 election as the Trump campaign worked to secure recounts to verify the results of the election. Chairman of the Nevada Republican Party Michael McDonald, vice chair Jesse Law, GOP chairman for Clark County Jim Hindle III, Jim DeGraffenreid, Shawn Meehan and Eileen Rice have all been indicted on felony charges. The six were charged with the Category C felony of offering a false instrument for filing and the Category D felony of uttering a forged instrument. The first charge would carry a sentence of five years in prison plus a fine of $10,000. The second felony would carry a sentence of four years and a fine of $5,000. Michigan and Georgia have also brought charges against those who served as alternate electors as the recounts and lawsuits made their way through the courts.