FRAUD ALERT: Maricopa County GOP Chair Refuses Requests To Appoint Signature Challengers on Early Ballots — MASSIVE FRAUD EXPECTED!


According to sources within the Maricopa County GOP, the County Chairwoman has refused requests by the AZGOP to appoint one or more early ballot challengers before the 2022 Primary Election in Arizona.

How can this be lawful?

The AZGOP recently became aware that County GOPs have not used their power to appoint early ballot challengers, according to a letter asking County Chairmen to make these appointments before the next election. These challengers are different from regular poll watchers. They are tasked with challenging early ballot signatures according to the Arizona Secretary of State’s Signature Verification Guide.

“We suggest that you take steps to ensure that early ballot challengers will be able to observe the signatures on unopened early ballot envelopes and the signatures that they are being compared to and that a record will be made of which voters’ envelopes were challenged,” states the letter obtained by The Gateway Pundit.

According to multiple sources, Maricopa County GOP Chairwoman Mickie Niland refuses to fulfill this request to secure mail-in voting.

Arizona Revised Statutes 16-552 “Early ballots; processing; challenges” states,

C. The county chairman of each political party represented on the ballot, by written appointment addressed to the early election board, may designate party representatives and alternates to act as early ballot challengers for the party. No party may have more than the number of such representatives or alternates that were mutually agreed on by each political party to be present at one time. If such agreement cannot be reached, the number of representatives shall be limited to one for each political party.

D. An early ballot may be challenged on any grounds set forth in section 16-591. All challenges shall be made in writing with a brief statement of the grounds before the early ballot is placed in the ballot box. A record of all challenges and resulting proceedings shall be kept in substantially the same manner as provided in section 16-594. If an early ballot is challenged, it shall be set aside and retained in the possession of the early election board or other officer in charge of early ballot processing until a time that the early election board sets for determination of the challenge, subject to the procedure in subsection E of this section, at which time the early election board shall hear the grounds for the challenge and shall decide what disposition shall be made of the early ballot by majority vote. If the early ballot is not allowed, it shall be handled pursuant to subsection G of this section.

H. Party representatives and alternates may be appointed as provided in subsection C of this section to be present and to challenge the verification of questioned ballots pursuant to section 16-584 on any grounds permitted by this section. Questioned ballots that are challenged shall be presented to the early election board for decision under the provisions of this section.

The Maricopa County GOP has never used its legal authority to secure elections with an early ballot challenger. 

This is more important than ever after the Fraudulent 2020 Election.

The Gateway Pundit reported on the massive voter fraud that was discovered in Maricopa County’s 2020 election through “uncured” ballot signatures that were improperly verified. Dr. Shiva’s ballot envelope signature analysis discovered that 200,000 ballots needed to be cured, but only 25,000 were cured.

Additionally, in a small sample of ballots, thousands of envelopes were found with no signature, and thousands had “scribbles” or bad signatures.

As The Gateway Pundit reported, grassroots patriots unanimously voted to reject the certification of the Fraudulent 2020 Election results at a Maricopa County Republican Committee meeting.

Why is the Maricopa County GOP refusing to protect elections and stop this from happening again?

All Arizona County Chairmembers must appoint an early ballot challenger.

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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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