41 Action News reporter Steven Dial spoke with the Thomas County, Kansas Election Office, which provided a copy of the fax the office claims it sent to the Kansas Secretary of State's office on election night.
That fax shows Colyer receiving 522 votes in Thomas County.
Officials in Thomas County aren't sure how the Secretary of State's office went with 422 in their count.
"I pulled the report that I sent via fax on election night," said Shelly Harms, Thomas County Clerk and election officer. "My five looks like a five. I reported 466 for Kobach and Hartman; the four and the five look nothing alike so I have no clue."