“Unable to currently reconcile [Secretary of State] listing with our estimates from yesterday,” Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer wrote in a Nov. 10 email.
Posted BY: RM | NwoReport
Recently disclosed internal communications between top election officials in Arizona’s Maricopa County in the immediate aftermath of Election Day reveal that they struggled to reconcile a discrepancy of almost 16,000 in outstanding ballot totals.
The governor’s race in Arizona was decided by a margin of just over 17,000 votes.
Maricopa County was plagued by numerous issues with ballot machines at many of its vote centers on Election Day, resulting in delays and long lines.
Prior to a Maricopa County press conference with Board of Supervisors Chair Bill Gates and Recorder Stephen Richer on Nov. 10, Richer sent an email to Elections Director Scott Jarrett, Gates, and others about a significant discrepancy between the county’s estimated remaining ballot totals and the number reported by the secretary of state’s office.
Investigate and if Hobbs is found guilty she needs to give up her governorship to Lake and be sentenced to a prison term and financial penalties. Make her pay so others will think twice before trying to rig votes in Arizona and elsewhere ever again.