Ryan did report four other trips, and blames clerical errors for the ones he didn’t. He also notes that his unpaid service on an advisory board for the company, Election Systems & Software, was cleared by the city Conflict of Interest Board.
(Sigh: The COIB has a long record of going easy on high-level folks while dropping the hammer on underlings for less egregious lapses — but that’s another editorial.)
Note that Ryan soft-pedaled criticism of ES&S’s DS-200 scanning machines after the chaos on Election Day, which saw more than 10,000 scanner complaints recorded, compared to just 2,000 in 2016. Instead, he blamed an “untested” two-page ballot, plus the day’s high humidity, for jamming the machines.