The Arizona Attorney General’s Office sends a letter to Maricopa County regarding the 2022 Midterm Election Day irregularities.
Published on 20.11.2022
The letter is signed by Jennifer Wright, the Arizona State Assistant Attorney General.
Arizona AG sends a letter to Maricopa County.
“Arizonans deserve a full report and account of the myriad issues that have arisen in connection with Maricopa County’s administration of the 2022 general election.”
The Gateway Pundit reports that in this letter, Jennifer Wright explains that the Attorney General’s Election Integrity Unit received HUNDREDS complaints from concerned citizens regarding issues related to the administration of the 2022 general election in Maricopa County. The complaints include first-hand accounts from witnesses raising concerns about Maricopa’s legal compliance with Arizona’s election code.
The attorney general’s office also explains how at least 60 out of 230 polling places in the county had tabulators and printing machines that didn’t work on Election Day.
The Attorney General’s office demanded that Maricopa County provide a complete list of equipment failures on Election Day.
The attorney general’s office admits that the machines were supposed to be working the night before the election, but that 25-30% of the machines were down several hours later on election day morning.
Based on the plethora of reports from election workers, poll watchers, and voters, combined with Maricopa County’s admission that there were in fact widespread issues with configuration settings non-uniform BOD printer, the Unit requests that Maricopa County provide a full report detailing with specificity
(1) polling stations that had problems with BOD printers or tabulation; (2) problems specific to each polling station; (3) any other problems with BOD printers and/or tabulators that may have contributed to problems at the polls; (4) a complete log of all changes made to BOD printer configuration settings (including who made the changes); (5) Maricopa County’s standards for BOD printer configuration parameters as specified in internal technical specifications and/or manufacturers’ technical specifications; (7) the method used to update or reconfigure printer configuration settings at each polling location (specifically, if technicians were dispatched to the polling location, when were they deployed to the field and when they made the changes at each polling location; if not, if the network administrator was able to make universal changes, please specify when and how the printer configuration settings were corrected).
Maricopa County must also explain election “verification” procedures, including why Maricopa County election officials publicly encouraged voters to leave a polling location.
Maricopa County is also asked to explain “Gate 3” procedures.
The Attorney General’s Office request must be completed by Monday, November 28, 2022.
Berlin, Germany, announced this week that it will redo fraudulent elections from 2021following long queues, the absence of ballots and the suppression of voters.
It’s very similar to what we just saw in Maricopa County.
Here is a copy of the letter sent to Maricopa County tonight.