How Maricopa County Sabotaged The 2022 Election
Arizona officials printed bad ballots, never tested the machines and hid the evidence too
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On Election Day 2022, the voting machine tabulators at over 59% of Maricopa County’s voting sites suddenly rejected the ballots — causing shutdowns and chaos that made headlines all over the world. Voters in GOP-leaning precincts were forced to wait in massive lines — which impacted the right to vote of countless predominately Republican voters.
Why were the ballots rejected? They were rejected because they were defective ballots printed by ballot-on-demand printers. They were actually 19-inch BOD-printed ballot images printed on 20-inch paper that the tabulators could not read properly.
These defective ballots were printed by 127 of Maricopa’s 223 vote printers — more than half of the total, and only at specific locations.
The latest filing by Kari Lake’s lawyers is now available to tell the incredible story of how Maricopa County officials sabotaged the 2022 election by misprinting the ballots and rigging the machines.
This new 74-page filing shows that Maricopa County officials falsely certified that the 446 tabulators used at Maricopa’s 223 vote centers passed L&A testing.
Actually, Maricopa County conducted unannounced testing (not real and official L&A testing) of all these tabulators on October 14th, 17th, and 18th — and 260 of the vote-center tabulators rejected ballots during these tests. What did election officials do about this massive failure of the system?
They did nothing.
They knew that the tabulators would reject ballots and disrupt the election. These ballots were rejected on Election Day at a rate of over 7,000 rejections every 30 minutes from 6:30 am through 8:00 pm that day — a huge denial of voting rights to a massive number of voters.