BREAKING: Arizona Senate Committee Passes SEVEN Election Integrity Bills – Including Ballot Fraud Countermeasures, Ballot Images Will Be Public Records

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Seven critical election integrity bills were passed by Republicans on the Arizona Senate Government Committee Monday.

The Arizona audit discovered evidence of over 700,000 ballot discrepancies and law violations that occurred during the 2020 Presidential Election, and the Arizona Legislature is working to secure elections in 2022 and beyond. Many in the legislature look to recall the fraudulent 2020 Presidential and Vice Presidential Electors this session.

The audit is still ongoing, but The Arizona Senate delivered election-changing evidence of fraud to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich four months ago. Arizona anxiously awaits the results of his criminal investigation.

The Gateway Pundit reported on the call to action days before the Government Committee considered twelve bills, eight of which passed and will now move to the Senate floor after additional hearings.

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After The Gateway Pundit reported on the meeting, Patriots filled the room to show their support for election integrity and request to speak on the newly proposed bills.

The brand new election security measures received loud rounds of applause. Attendees of the meeting were asked to do “jazz hands” instead of clapping to keep order in the meeting room.

Trump-endorsed Arizona Gubernatorial Candidate Kari Lake was also there to speak on a bill.

On Monday, The Senate Government Committee voted yes on SB1008, SB1009, SB1012, SB1013, SB1054, SB1119, SB1120, SB1133.

Seven bills passed concentrated on elections. The remaining bills were rescheduled for the committee due to time.

The newly passed legislation covers recount margins, adds currency grade fraud measures to ballots, makes ballot images public records, prevents elections by mail, and fights illegal voters using the “federal only” loophole.

Republicans on this committee outnumbered Democrats 4:3, and every bill passed on party lines. Democrats did not vote for a single election integrity measure.

If passed in full, SB1119 and SB1120 will make ballot images available to voters and require ballots to be printed with ballot fraud countermeasures. These bills are designed to make elections fully transparent with an auditable trail of secure ballots.

The Gateway Pundit reported on these election integrity measures unveiled by Arizona State Representative and Trump-endorsed candidate for Secretary of State Mark Finchem.

Arizona Senate Majority Whip Sonny Borrelli introduced these bills in the Senate.

Ballots do not contain voters’ personal information, and they will remain anonymous but publicly available for the 22-month record retention period under SB1119. “We vote in private, but we count in public, and your ballot is a public record, and it should be made that transparent,” said Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli.

Gubernatorial Candidate Kari Lake also commented on this bill, saying,

Lake: I’m going to be on the ballot, and I’m worried about what happened to President Trump happening to me and others, Democrat and Republican. And I urge you to support this bill and any other bill that would shore up our elections.

SB11120 will require counties to use standardized ballots with 19 different security features, including a holographic design and watermarks. The new ballots will also have QR codes that enable voters to track their votes using a smartphone.

The bill will standardize the ballots and make it easier to audit the vote.

The Arizona Senate-led audit of Maricopa County discovered that the County used ten different paper types in the 2020 election. Ballots should be standardized in a way that cannot be replicated.

The estimated cost is a mere 25 cents per ballot.

Democrats voted no on these bills citing bandwidth and price concerns.

Free and fair elections are priceless.

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Jordan Conradson, formerly TGP’s Arizona correspondent, is currently on assignment in Washington DC. Jordan has played a critical role in exposing fraud and corruption in Arizona's elections and elected officials. His reporting on election crimes in Maricopa County led to the resignation of one election official, and he was later banned from the Maricopa County press room for his courage in pursuit of the truth. TGP and Jordan finally gained access after suing Maricopa County, America's fourth largest county, and winning at the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Conradson looks forward to bringing his aggressive style of journalism to the Swamp.

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