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Poll of Maricopa Election Workers Finds 84% of Respondents Had No Confidence in Results
A new survey of Arizona election workers, volunteer attorneys, and poll watchers found that 84% of Maricopa County respondents were “not at all confident” about the outcomes of the election (which are still being contested). While Senate candidate Blake Masters (R) conceded before official election results have been certified, Republicans Secretary of State candidate Mark Finchem and gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake have vowed to take legal action to contest results which, in defiance of all polls, are giving Democrats the win.
And it seems Arizona’s election workers, about half of whom responded to Election Integrity Network’s (EIN) survey, share Finchem’s and Lake’s doubts about the controversial Arizona midterms.
“Within hours of sending the survey to the Arizona volunteers, responses flooded back. Within two days, nearly half of the Arizona volunteers had responded…For details, eyewitness reports from election workers, poll observers, and volunteer attorneys, click here.
Based on their experiences, [about] 85% of the poll observers and election workers in Maricopa County [84.38%] are ‘not at all confident’ about the outcome of the election
95% of respondents said their biggest concern with the election process was the ‘voting technology’
Observers reported “chaos” at multiple voting centers caused by printer and tabulator malfunctions, all day, contradicting statements by Gates and Richer that the problems had been ‘solved’.
Volunteer Attorneys reported ‘findings [that] directly contradict the statements of County election officials that (1) printer/tabulator issues were limited to only 70 of the 223 vote centers, (2) the printer/tabulator problems were resolved as of 3:00 p.m., and (3) the printer/tabulator issues were insignificant in the entire scheme of the election.’”
Since only about half of Arizona’s election workers responded, it is of course possible that the other half have great confidence in the election results. But if half of a state’s election workers don’t have confidence in the outcome of an election, there’s probably something seriously wrong happening. And it lends credence to Finchem’s push to delay certification of the election until an investigation of voting irregularities takes place.
ARIZONA DESERVES THE TRUTH.