Nearly three weeks after Election Day, Arizonans still don’t know who won.
That hasn’t stopped the regime media or gubernatorial candidates from declaring victories for the Democrat Party that haven’t been confirmed.
And Arizona’s elections still aren’t certified after this major announcement from the Assistant Attorney General.
Arizona Assistant Attorney General raises concerns about Maricopa County in general election
According to the Associated Press, Arizona Governor’s race has already been decided and Katie Hobbs has been declared the next Governor by a slim margin of just 17,000 votes.
The race was called following nearly two weeks of slow counting and an election day that was fraught with issues impacting mostly Republican-held districts.
Republican candidate Kari Lake ran on a campaign to clean up elections and restore integrity to the vote – and she’s promised she won’t concede without a fight.
Now Lake has found an advocate in Arizona Assistant General Jennifer Wright who says that she won’t certify the Governor’s race until she gets to the bottom of issues.
Wright says complaints “go beyond pure speculation” and accuses Maricopa County officials of not following election law
In a letter to top elections officials, Wright wrote that the complaints in Arizona “go beyond pure speculation, but include first-hand witness accounts that raise concerns regarding Maricopa’s lawful compliance with Arizona election law.”
She is directly accusing Maricopa County officials of breaking the law in the 2022 Midterms.
Wright says that there were “at least 60 locations” that experienced issues “because of ballot-on-demand printers that had printer configuration settings that were ‘non-uniform’ meaning they could not be read by tabulating machines.”
Sworn complaints allege “poll workers were not trained” properly to execute simple procedures
She explained that they have received affidavits from election workers in Maricopa County stating “the BOD printers were tested on November 7 without any apparent problems,” only to fail on election day when it mattered most.
The sworn complaints also indicate that “poll workers were not trained and/or not provided with information on how to execute ‘check out’ procedures.”
This meant that when a location had a problem certain voters traveled to a second location and were forced to cast a provisional ballot.
The provisional ballot was cast because the system still reported the voters had checked in and voted at the first location.
Wright says “Arizona law prohibits provisional ballots” cast after visiting multiple polling locations
Wright says the problem with all of this is that “Arizona law specifically prohibits provisional ballots to be counted when a voter has signed multiple pollbooks.”
So, once they walked away from the problems at the first location – their votes would never be counted.
Wright says that all of these problems need to be addressed and resolved.
“Arizonans deserve a full report and accounting for the myriad problems that occurred in relation to Maricopa County’s administration of the 2022 General Election,” Wright said.
Her office would like “a response to the aforementioned issues on or before Maricopa County submits its official canvass to Secretary of State, which must occur on or before November 28, 2022.”
That means there should be more news about this in the coming days.
US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.