AZ Secretary of State Katie Hobbs Tries to Cheat Again: EZAZ Civic Action Group Finds 170 Issues with Her Elections Manual

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs released the Arizona 2021 election procedures manual draft for public review and comment last month., a civic action group based in Phoenix, Arizona organized volunteers to review the new manual.

They found over 170 issues, and it looks like radical leftist Katie Hobbs may even be violating election integrity statutes with her new procedures.

EZAZ called Arizona voters to action with this message:

Submit Public Comment to Secretary Hobbs on the Draft Election Manual

The Arizona Election Manual draft is created by the Secretary of State before an election cycle. The Election Manual is meant to supplement the Arizona Revised Statute laws created by the Legislature.

As we saw in the last election, the Election Manual is treated nearly equal to law by the courts. organized 60 volunteers to review the Election Manual and find the anomalies that impact the integrity or transparency of the elections.

From September 5th to September 8th, will update the issues in the spreadsheet below. Public comment is due before 5 pm on September 8th.

We need your help to submit public comment!


Review the items listed below. Copy the statement in the last column of each row. Adjust the wording to your liking. Email your public comment by 5 pm on September 8th to [email protected] and [email protected].

We will also be sending public comments to the Arizona Attorney General, Arizona Legislature, and the County Recorders.

Election Draft Manual AZSOS Summary of Updates

On the EZAZ webpage, you can see the spreadsheet below which lists the page number, language used, and the issues that create more risk for fraud.
They found over 170 issues!

It is clear that Secretary of State Katie Hobbs is preparing for another fraudulent election.

Election Manual Draft Concerns

Katie Hobbs is running for Governor of Arizona and she will be supervising her own election as Arizona Secretary of State.

Over the next two days, batches of problems will be released on If you are an Arizona resident, you can visit the page and take action now.

After this was announced, The Gateway Pundit’s Jordan Conradson spoke to EZAZ’s founder, Merissa Hamilton.

Conradson: Please tell me again about the grassroots operation, how they executed it, and who was involved/their experience.

Hamilton: EZAZ.ORG organized over 60 volunteers, many previously volunteering at the Arizona Senate Election Integrity Audit, to review the Arizona Secretary of State draft 2022 Election Manual. After the volunteers submitted their documents of concerns, the concerns were reviewed and categorized as an issue from the manual or the Arizona Revised Statutes. A third review was conducted by volunteers with more advanced knowledge and experience on election procedures and statute to confirm the concerns.The final concerns were then compiled into a public page on EZAZ.ORG. Our volunteers found over 170 preliminary issues. The most alarming concerns are where Secretary Hobbs appears to be using the election manual to bypass or violate the existing election integrity statute.

Conradson: What can the AG do about this?

Hamilton: The AG is responsible for reviewing the manual and instructing Secretary Hobbs on revisions.

Conradson: Where do we go from here?

Hamilton: If Hobbs does not address voters’ concerns in the election manual, EZAZ.ORG will pursue the concerns with the Arizona Legislature.

Patriots in Arizona need to make their voices heard before Hobbs steals another election.

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Jordan Conradson is TGP’s Arizona correspondent. Jordan has played a critical role in exposing fraud and corruption in the State’s elections and elected officials. His reporting on election crimes in Arizona led to the resignation of one Maricopa County official, and he was later banned from the Maricopa County press room. However, TGP and Jordan gained access after suing Maricopa County, the fourth largest county in America.

You can email Jordan Conradson here, and read more of Jordan Conradson's articles here.


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