BREAKING: Arizona GOP Offers $50,000 DOLLAR REWARD For Evidence Of Vote Buying In the 2022 Arizona Primary Election

The Arizona GOP has released terms surrounding two $50,000 rewards for information or evidence of “vote buying” in the 2022 Primary Election.

The official Primary date is August 2nd.

Five patriots who helped bust the thieving Democratic Party will be eligible for one reward for each tip that leads to the arrest and conviction of an election fraud suspect.
An Arizona GOP press release states,

“Unfortunately, the movement towards mass mail-in voting completely undoes the secret ballot reform. A mail-in ballot is not secret – once a person has a ballot at their home, they can easily show it to anyone including bad actors willing to pay them to vote for a specific candidate.”

As The Gateway Pundit recently reported, MASSIVE mail-in ballot discrepancies are already causing 2022 Primary fraud concerns. The Maricopa County GOP has refused requests to appoint a challenger for early ballot signatures, leaving the mail-in ballots highly compromised.

Dr. Shiva at AZ Senate Hearing: Over 17,000 Total Duplicate Ballots — Votes By Those Who Voted More Than Once in Arizona — 1.5 Times Biden’s Winning Margin (VIDEO)

In addition, the “2000 Mules” documentary estimated that over 200 illegal ballot trafficking mules inserted 207,435 illegal votes into Maricopa County’s 2020 Presidential Election. These bad actors are likely buying votes and taking the ballots to deposit in unsecured dropboxes.

The AZGOP attempted to sue radical leftist Secretary of State Katie Hobbs to ban unconstitutional drop boxes and no excuse mail-in voting, but it was shot down by corrupt judges.

They are now offering brave citizens a large sum of money to say something if they see something.

The Republican Party of Arizona sent the following media release.
Wednesday, July 20, 2022
CONTACT: Kristy Dohnel
$50,000 Reward for Evidence of Vote-Buying in the AZ 2022 Primary Election
(Scottsdale, AZ) The Republican Party of Arizona, LLC (RPAZ) is offering up to two (2) $50,000 rewards for information or evidence about “vote-buying” in the 2022 Arizona primary election that is currently underway. The information or evidence must lead to an arrest and conviction. There is a limit of 2 rewards and a maximum of one reward per person (the “Relator.”)
Please send any information and/or evidence to [email protected].
There is historical precedent of vote-buying fraud which ultimately led to secret ballot laws. Unfortunately, the movement towards mass mail-in voting completely undoes secret ballot reform. Mail-in ballots are not secret — once a person has a ballot in their home, they can easily show it to anyone, including bad actors.
Vote-buying is generally accomplished by the voter completing their mail-in ballot in front of the vote-buyer. The voter then gives the buyer their completed ballot and signed ballot return envelope.
Election integrity is of paramount importance. We know from the movie”2,000 Mules” by Dinesh D’Souza that there was significant ballot trafficking during the 2020 Presidential Election. We suspect that the primary source of the trafficked ballots was vote-buying.
We are specifically seeking information on/evidence of violations of Arizona Revised Statute (ARS) 16-1006: Changing vote of elector by corrupt means or inducement; classification. Violations of ARS 16-1006 are a class 5 felony.
  1. The reward is payable to the first Relator to relate the information/evidence that leads to the arrest and conviction to the RPAZ as long as the RPAZ can verify that the Relator is the original source of the information/evidence and subject to the terms and conditions in this document.
  2. Rewards are payable only to natural persons and organizations to whom payment of a reward is not prohibited by applicable law.
  3. If a group submits the information/evidence, then the group should designate a single person to receive the reward. If no recipient is designated or more than one recipient is designated, the RPAZ may use its discretion in determining who shall receive the reward. The one reward per person restriction also applies to groups.
  4. The reward shall be available for reports that lead to charges prior to 12/31/22 and convictions prior to 12/31/23. Once charges are brought it shall be the Relator’s obligation to inform the RPAZ using the email contact information above. The Relator shall also have the obligation to notify the RPAZ of any conviction.
  5. Upon conviction, the Relator must contact [email protected] within 30 days to claim the reward. The relator should attach proof of conviction.
  6. Relator understands that the RPAZ may submit any information/evidence received to law enforcement. Relator is strongly encouraged to also submit such information/evidence to law enforcement directly.
  7. Relator agrees that the RPAZ shall not be liable for any injury or damages of any sort Relator suffers in any way related to obtaining or providing the information/evidence. The relator shall defend, release, indemnify, and hold harmless the RPAZ from any such claims.
  8. Relator agrees to familiarize themselves and follow all applicable federal and state laws and obtain legal counsel for assistance in understanding these laws if necessary.
  9. The payment of rewards is entirely within the discretion of the RPAZ and all applicable laws and requests by law enforcement. The RPAZ’s determination as to whether a reward is payable is final. This document and any related oral or written statements do not create a contract between Relator and the RPAZ.
  10. These terms are subject to change by the RPAZ at any time. However subsequent oral or written statements by any of the RPAZ’s officers or employees shall not modify these terms unless (1) the statement is in writing (2) the statement expressly indicates that it is modifying these terms and (3) the statement is signed by the Chair of the RPAZ or counsel for the RPAZ.
# # #

Who knows? Maybe they’re paying more than the ballot trafficking organizations. 

Regardless of the reward, brave Arizona citizens need to watch the polls vigilantly and protect their election.

Photo of author
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.

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


Thanks for sharing!