I have breaking news to report out of Arizona that Kari Lake will love to hear. Please make sure you forward her this report because The Election Integrity Unit has just entered the scene in Arizona and is demanding a full report on the recent election.
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The “Election Integrity Unit” has just entered the scene in Arizona. There are a lot of eyebrows being raised by this new unit, which demands a full report on the recent election before it can be certified.
Western Journal reports, No matter where you stand on the political spectrum or how you view her personally, it’s undeniable that Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake is a fighter. In an interview with the U.K.’s Daily Mail, Lake reaffirmed her pledge to fight back against Democrat Katie Hobbs, doubling down on her prediction she will become Arizona’s next governor.
She said, “I believe at the end of the day that this will be turned around, and I don’t know what the solution will be, but I still believe I will become governor, and we are going to restore honesty to our elections.”
Lake made his bold prediction of victory shortly after Arizona Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright wrote a powerful letter demanding answers and accountability for the aforementioned Maricopa County mishaps.
Before the Arizona Attorney General’s Office certifies the results of the midterm elections, it wants an explanation.
Maricopa County has been asked to respond to numerous accusations of election day mismanagement by State Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright.
It was Wright’s letter of Saturday that summarized allegations of malfunctions regarding the reading of ballots printed on county printers with faulty ink, as well as possible improprieties involving the transportation of ballots to a county facility for tabulation using technology.
A letter was addressed to Thomas Liddy, chief of the civil division at the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. In her letter to the county, Wright asserted, “These complaints go beyond pure speculation, but include first-hand witness accounts that raise concerns regarding Maricopa’s lawful compliance with Arizona election law.”
Several hundred complaints have been received about Maricopa election procedures by the state office’s elections integrity unit.
In addition, two county officials – Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates and County Recorder Stephen Richer – may have violated a section of Arizona law governing county and local elections.
She wrote, “Furthermore, statements made by both Chairman Gates and Recorder Richer, along with information Maricopa County released through official modes of communication appear to confirm potential statutory violations of title 16.”
The state prosecutor’s office has a sworn complaint alleging that uncounted ballots were placed in the secure slot on the vote-counting machine, called “door 3,” and transported in black duffel bags meant for already tabulated ballots.
Before Maricopa County certifies its election on Nov. 28, Wright asked the county to submit a voluntary report on the questions.
In a video posted on Saturday, Gates rejected claims that ballot tabulation problems and long lines at polling places resulted in voter suppression.
It was not known Monday how the Arizona Attorney General’s Office intended to proceed with the county’s report.
It’s time to demand accountability from our elected officials. We deserve transparent elections, and Arizona needs Kari Lake as our next governor. Lake has pledged to fight back against Democrat Katie Hobbs, and we believe her. She has doubled down on her prediction she will become Arizona’s next governor, and we think she’s right. Recently, Arizona Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright made waves with a powerful letter demanding answers and accountability for all of the mishaps in Maricopa County. Wright’s letter of Saturday summarized allegations of malfunctions regarding the reading of ballots printed on county printers with faulty ink, as well as possible improprieties involving the transportation of ballots to a county facility for tabulation using technology. It’s time for a change in Arizona, and Kari Lake is the person to lead us forward.
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