The America First Policy Institute has released a statement by former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell calling for consequences for the stolen Maricopa County Midterm Election. Blackwell previously served as Ohio State Treasurer, Secretary of State, and US Ambassador to the UN. He is currently the Chair of the Center for Election Integrity at the America First Policy Institute. In his latest statement on the clown show known better as the Maricopa Election boondoggle.
One concerning factor of this report states that Oki B432 printers “showed speckling at the edge of the ballot” during the testing before the election in 2022. Despite the fact they were aware that this would create a major problem, Maricopa County went on with the election without correcting the mistake. Of course, that is assuming that it was a mistake, which I am not prepared to do. Maricopa County Election Director Scott Jarrett admitted that they had the same problem in 2020, so they were fully aware of the consequences and allowed it to happen as the faux Republicans in Maricopa County allowed i9t to happen.
STATEMENT: KEN BLACKWELL ON ISSUES WITH MARICOPA COUNTY ELECTIONS
Washington, D.C. – Maricopa County, Arizona, recently released a report and statement about their performance in the 2022 midterm election. In part, the report stated, “All legal ballots were counted and included in the official results, but the printer issues caused frustration for many Election Day voters, something the Board has vowed to remedy.”
Today, the America First Policy Institute released the following statement from Ken Blackwell, Chair of the Center for Election Integrity at the America First Policy Institute, regarding the recent discoveries about the 2022 midterm elections in Maricopa County, Arizona:
“First, Maricopa County election officials blame printers and say they will do better. Common sense and basic competence would dictate election officials assess the capability of the printers BEFORE Election Day. They didn’t.
Second, it now appears that not all legal ballots were counted and included in the official results. There is testimonial evidence of people who did not have their votes counted. And in a legal case brought by Arizona Attorney General candidate Abe Hamadeh, evidence shows that then Secretary of State Katie Hobbs knew that the recount showed discrepancies and failed to disclose those relevant facts to the court in a timely manner before the court made its ruling. This failure to do so is either gross incompetence or a cover-up.
Maricopa County failed its voters in 2022, and there should be consequences for that failure.”
Abe Hamadeh originally lost by 511 votes, but in recounting Pinal County, they found 231 votes that were never counted for Hamadeh. He is going to court in an effort to get another 8,000 votes counted. He has an excellent chance of getting his election for Attorney General overturned. In 92% of the precincts with tabulator problems, the precincts were red precincts. What a coinkidink, huh?
Former Ohio Secretary of State, and current Chair of the Center of Election integrity at @A1Policy, @kenblackwell just released a statement about Maricopa County's disastrous 2022 Midterm Election & their sham attempt at an internal "investigation."
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— Kari Lake (@KariLake) May 2, 2023
This vote was counted as a signature match. Now, you can see why Lake wants to see the mail-in envelopes and the signature on the voter registration cards. You can also see why the faux Republicans don’t want them to. This alone could swing Lake’s election lawsuit in her favor. The machines were set up to accept a minuscule 10% match.