There are only 15 counties in the state of Arizona. So far, Mohave, Conchise, and Yavapai counties have refused to certify the suspect election. Gila county may be following suit.
Caroline Wren, a senior advisor for Kari Lake, talked with Steve Bannon about what’s happening in Arizona, saying, “We are facing an existential crisis as a party. Our Grassroots supporters do not have faith in the elections. Nor should they. And if we don’t fight now, then when?”

 

Gateway Pundit reported that on Friday, the Cochise County Board in southeast Arizona delayed certification of the suspect midterm elections. An apparent issue is that the day-off ballots do not match voter turnout.

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Republicans in the state had 72% of the turnout on election day. Democrats had only a 17% turnout. But for some reason, the remaining ballots after election day broke even between the two parties – despite Republicans holding solid leads in the polls.

Election issues in states like Arizona are a solid reason to slow down and take time to investigate what took place during the Arizona elections. Dr. Kelli Ward, who is the Chairman of the Arizona GOP and a previous State Senator, cheered her county’s decision to delay certification, saying,

Voters in all rural counties in Arizona are being disenfranchised by Maricopa County’s incompetence/malfeasance. I’m happy to see that my county (Mohave) voted to delay certification.

Ward went on on during a back-and-forth about what it means to be disenfranchised during elections, noting that,

“When Maricopa runs an untrustworthy election, the well run elections in other counties are meaningless. Improperly counted ballots, uncovered votes, & voters turned away in droves in Maricopa Co DISENFRANCHISED rural voters: bad vote counting in Maricopa DEPRIVED rural votes.”

 

85% of those working the polls at Maricopa county expressed concern with the elections saying they were not confident in the election results.

While 95% of respondents said their biggest concern with the election process was the “voting technology.”

Observers reported “chaos” at multiple voting centers caused by printer and tabulator malfunctions all day, contradicting statements by Gates and Richer that the problems had been ‘solved.’ 

Republican Governor Candidate Kari Lake said whistleblowers are coming forward, and that “tens of thousand have reached out, pleading with me to fight this fight. Rest assured, I will.”

Democrat Katie Hobbs, Arizona’s Secretary of State, should have recused herself. Still, even though she was on the ballot as the governor candidate, she thought it was appropriate to run Arizona elections and refused to recuse herself.

Hillary Clinton’s former campaign lawyer Marc Elias has also gotten involved in Arizona. He is threatening to sue any county that doesn’t certify the results. Elias has a sketchy reputation. However, his former law firm, Perkins Coie, hired Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele to produce and promote Steele’s disproven dossier, demonstrating that he is comfortable advancing a political agenda before researching the truth.

Politicians and their attorneys are used to using intimidation to suppress middle America. Still, Americans want free and fair elections and are making their voices heard locally in their counties.

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