Voters in Arizona who anticipated that the 2022 elections would be different from the 2020 elections and who desired a fair process are becoming more frustrated in the weeks leading up to a crucial August primary.
According to media accounts, a big ballot dump in a major nation where citizens are urged to vote twice is already generating turmoil.
Many people were still sceptical of Arizona’s tally by the time the 2020 election was declared for Democrat Joe Biden. Arizona had a significant role in the tumult that ensued. And under extreme leftist state leadership, 2022 appears to be a disaster.
After early votes were distributed to inhabitants of Pinal County, a serious error was discovered on the ballots. More than half of these ballots have the incorrect municipal elections or are missing the municipal elections for the voter.
“It’s a terrible time to make that mistake. It was a human error,” Pinal County Attorney Kent Volkmer said, and the solution he told news media was for voters ” don’t wait for us to fix it. Just mail in your ballot.”
More than 63,000 early votes would be affected by the mistake.
“This mistake affects city and town elections and seven municipalities, though the plan is now on hold in part because it might be illegal,” the local news reported.
According to the county attorney, “our messages go vote. Now, if you receive a ballot, fill it out. If you are on the permanent early voter list, fill out your ballot, send it in, do not wait on us. We are still working on a solution. The primary election day is just three weeks away on August 2nd.”
Local Arizona news claimed that “some Pinal County residents will have to file a second ballot after a “human error” caused 60,000 bad ballots to be sent out last week.”
David Frisk, the director of elections for Pinal County, accepts full responsibility for the mistake. “This was not a system glitch or a computer error or anything nefarious. It was no fault of anyone in the recorder’s office; it’s my mistake,” Frisk said.
“He says the wrong information was entered into the computer system that creates the ballots. Because of the error, voters in seven cities and towns in Pinal County received early ballots missing their local municipal races. The cities and towns included were Apache Junction, Casa Grande, Eloy, Mammoth, Maricopa, Queen Creek and Superior,” according to AZ Family
“At this point, while it is not a perfect solution, we believe this to be the best solution. That solution is to send out to all permanent early voters who requested an early ballot to be mailed a new ballot exclusively containing municipal races in the seven affected jurisdictions,” Volkmer said.
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The Western Journal reported that voters in those areas who want to vote in municipal elections must send in a second ballot.
Secretary of State Katie Hobbs said. “The Secretary of State’s Office will continue to support Pinal County in correcting this issue and ensuring that all voters have a chance to cast a ballot in the appropriate elections.”
Republican Mark Finchem, the candidate for Secretary of State, slammed Hobbs over her response: CONTINUE READING…