The election exit polls in Maricopa County, Arizona, are indicating that voter turnout for Democrats was low; high numbers of Republicans have turned out the vote, with breakdowns showing a 58% Republican to 14% Democrat ratio. An additional 28% fell in the “other” category, which is probably independents, leaning Republican and Republican voters who won’t talk to pollsters.

But Republican leaders are still urging voters to turn out. Maricopa County peeps, get out and vote. If you’re in line when polls close, they have to let you vote. Get out there, and let’s turn Arizona red. Don’t take any chances do it now!

Kari Lake also urged voters saying there is still over an hour left until polls close in Arizona. Voting in this election is crucial in our fight to “Save Arizona”. Saying if you haven’t voted GET IN LINE & STAY IN LINE until you vote.


Red State ideas show that Republicans are outvoting Democrats by 4-1 in Maricopa county, the only county with data.

Early on, there were issues in Maricopa County, Arizona, as voting tabulators went down. Maricopa County is one of the key counties that decide elections in Arizona and across the United States. In precincts across the county, tabulators have either gone down completely or are ‘misreading’ ballots. People have speculated that the precincts where voting machines are down are disproportionately Republican precincts.

Coincidentally, Maricopa County is one of the areas that Biden’s Department of Justice is monitoring on election day.

Lake said that downtown Phoenix, a very liberal area, did not have any issues with tabulators. Lake asked the media,

“Do you think this is normal, guys? My question is, do you think what’s happening here in Maricopa County is normal?” Kari Lake said during a press conference.

“We have had problems after problems, and there’s a reason we decided to change locations. We were going to go to a pretty Republican area, but I woke up this morning, and within minutes of the polls opening up, I started getting people calling voters and tears calling my personal number, saying, what’s going on? The tabulators aren’t working. They told me to put my ballot into a box, and they would drive it downtown and count it. This is not normal stuff.”

Yet even with the tabulator issues and hour+ long lines, Arizona voters retained their enthusiasm, running to speak with a citizen reporter about how excited they were to vote. One voter said they wanted drugs off the street; another said that although being a long-time democrat voter, the Democrat party had changed too much.

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