It’s interesting to see leftists and establishment types think that a ballot recount = an audit…
Ballot counts can match up almost seamlessly, while a proper audit can reveal hidden fraud, and that is exactly what the Arizona audit revealed.
Now we are seeing Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich demand that Maricopa County hand over their mail-in ballots for even further investigation and analysis…
Maricopa County has resisted every attempt made by the Arizona Senate to ensure election integrity, so it is very doubtful that they will comply with Brnovich’s latest request.
At the same time Brnovich is asking for the mail-in ballots, he is also launching an investigation into Secretary of State Katie Hobbs‘ take down of Arizona’s E-QUAL system—an online platform for candidate petitions.
Here are the latest developments in the fight for election integrity in Arizona:
Looks like Maricopa BOS doesn’t want to comply with AG’s request for documents. What are they hiding now? pic.twitter.com/Ar7XQlxj9T
— Karen Fann (@FannKfann) March 20, 2022
Yesterday, our office referred a matter to the Cochise County Attorney to investigate and take any appropriate actions (civil and criminal) regarding the Arizona Secretary of State taking down the online E-Qual system. pic.twitter.com/izJsLPYbMf
— Mark Brnovich (@GeneralBrnovich) March 30, 2022
According to RSBN, analysis conducted by Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai prompted Brnovich’s request for a ballot handover:
According to ESII, “Researchers reported that 11.3 percent of the 1.9 million mail-in ballots should have gone through the curing process, rather than the 1.31 percent that did.”
Referencing ESII’s report in the letter written to Maricopa County officials, Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright, R-Ariz., stated that “In the study, it is alleged that over 250 of those sampled ballot affidavits on the envelopes did not appear to match the voter’s signatures.”
"Mark Brnovich is sitting on his hands in an attempt to run out the clock while he seeks election to the United States Senate."https://t.co/EgsEcbpBoE
— WashTimesOpinion (@WashTimesOpEd) March 31, 2022
The Arizona Secretary of State’s Office finally allows county, municipal and Precinct Committee candidates to collect signatures on its online E-qual portal. “The City of Phoenix, Sierra Vista, and Huachuca City are among the first jurisdictions to use the upgraded system.” pic.twitter.com/RAsCXS3L0h
— Dillon Rosenblatt (@DillonReedRose) May 4, 2020
AZ Central reports that an investigation is being launched into the takedown of the online E-QUAL system:
Attorney General Mark Brnovich on Tuesday asked Cochise County Attorney Brian McIntyre to conduct an investigation into the administration of the “E-QUAL” system.