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Arizona Judge Defines Voter Registration Record, Rules that Mail-In Ballot Signatures Have Been Compared Illegally

Last week, a Yavapai County judge ruled in favor of the Arizona Free Enterprise Club and Restoring Integrity and Trust in Elections after they filed a lawsuit challenging illegal election procedures concerning mail-in ballot signature verification.

Judge John Napper denied the Motions to Dismiss from Secretary of State Adrian Fontes and Mi Familia Vota, a Democrat nonprofit.

A status conference has been scheduled for Tuesday, September 19th at 9:00 a.m.

The Judge notes in his order,

The Court finds the Special Action states claim upon which relief can be granted. The Court finds the Plaintiffs have correctly defined registration record. The 2019 EPM creates a process that contradicts the plain language of A.R.S. §16-550(A). Therefore, this portion of the EPM and the instruction from the Secretary do ‘not have the force of law.’”

In Arizona, hundreds of thousands of fraudulent ballots are trafficked and inserted into voter registration records with no chain of custody documentation. Some signatures are even forged by using random scribbles on the affidavit.

When a signature is accepted as part of either mail-in ballot envelopes or in-person polling place touch screen signature log, it is added to the associated voter’s record for future reference.

However, many voters have similar affidavit signatures that do not match their other signatures on their registrations or past affidavits, suggesting that county recorders may be cheating consistently with false signatures.

A new ruling has been issued, requiring voter registration forms to be used for signature verification as opposed to the fraudulent mail-in ballots and other signature forms that were previously accepted. According to the Judge, documents that involve a voter’s registration are considered part of their “registration record.”

Election employees must now properly check each signature against the one on file to ensure accuracy.

The Gateway Pundit recently revealed an exclusive analysis of a small sample of 2022 election mail-in ballot signatures, showing that around 10% were clear forgeries.

This discovery is part of Kari Lake’s lawsuit to access public records from Arizona’s fraudulent 2022 mail-in ballots, which will be going to trial this month.

The case is being appealed against Judge Thompson’s rulings and could potentially go all the way up to the US Supreme Court. Lake’s attorneys are determined to prove that the election was stolen in order to win their appeal.

The Judge in Lake’s case also stated, “I am not convinced that the ballot affidavit is a voter registration record. It is a record from which the election officials derive information that becomes part of the voter registration record, but that doesn’t mean the ballot affidavit itself is a voter registration record.”

On Tuesday, Bryan Blehm, attorney for Kari Lake, who is currently taking legal action regarding Maricopa County’s deceptive signature validation system, celebrated the victory for electoral integrity with a repost.

Restoring Integrity and Trust in Elections (RITE) reports,

Arizona Free Enterprise Club v. Fontes

Lawsuit against the Arizona Secretary of State brought by RITE, the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, and an individual voter, challenging the Secretary of State’s illegal signature matching procedures. RITE argues that county recorders are erroneously permitted to compare signatures on early mail-in ballot envelopes with signatures outside the voter’s registration record, in contravention of state law. Arizona law plainly stipulates that early ballot affidavit signatures must be validated by reference to the registration record.

RITE seeks to prevent the secretary from “enforcing or implementing any [practice] that instructs county recorders to validate early ballot affidavit signatures by reference to documents—including without limitation polling place signature rosters and historical early ballot affidavits—that is not a ‘registration record.’” The Secretary of State’s unreasonable interpretation of a “registration record” improperly expands the pool of signatures to which an early ballot affidavit signature may be compared, thus compounding the risk of a false positive.

On March 13, 2023, activist attorney Marc Elias moved to intervene in the case on behalf of Arizona Alliance for Retired Americans. On March 21, Mi Familia Vota moved to intervene as well. On April 21, the court granted intervention to both parties. On April 20, the Secretary of State moved to dismiss the case. On May 22, AARA also moved to dismiss.

Read the full order below:

2023 9 1 HONORABLE JOHN NAPPER Under Advisement Ruling and Order by Jordan Conradson on Scribd

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6 Responses

  1. No matter how true legally, Lake’s lawsuit will fail. That’s because the Democrats have no truck for law.

    1. You have a very negative attitude. THAT DEFEATISM HAS NO PLACE IN CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL MOVEMENTS, THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OR IN AMERICA. That RINO, low IQ mentality it has no place in the AMERICA FIRST MOVEMENT. If you are really a Republican and believe the Democrats are invincible, please leave the party and join the Democrats. We do not want your toxic thoughts anywhere near Kari Lake or Trump or any of us.

  2. Finally, Arizona has awakened to the fact that there is corruption in voting & signatures should always be verified….mail in ballots & what ever else.

  3. When I was a young woman mail in ballots were not heard of. Absentee ballots were used, but a person had to have a REAL GOOD reason to ask for one. Then a rep from each party went to the house together, and verified the person and watched him vote and sign his ballot. Then it was sealed and taken to the court house to wait election day. We also used paper ballots. People from both parties were there at the ballot station on voting day. People from both parties were there to count and double check the ballots at the end of voting day. Sometimes we worked all night if it was a heavy vote. We all signed the record and took the records and ballots to the court house. It worked. No cheating, we were all proud (both parties) of getting a true count. We worked together. Now days, the system has been made to cheat. Way too easy. It is a disgrace for this kind of stuff to go on in the USA. We are, or should be better than that.

    1. We are better. It’s the Demonrats who’ve escalated their cheating through time, starting in the 60s, to where it is today and ONLY got away with it because no one including Repubs challenged it.

  4. In this state there are QR codes on each ballot to ensure where they come from when returned….but we also have only a small Demonrat presence here.

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