Maricopa County has reported that they are finished counting the ballots nearly two weeks after election day on November 8, but some of the numbers don’t add up.
The County tweeted yesterday that the final results of 1.56 million ballots have been posted.
Final results have been posted showing 1.56 million voters cast a ballot. This exceeded the historic average of 56.3% going back five decades, just behind the record high turnout in 2018 of 65.5%. Find the totals at https://t.co/iARFPk7uMB pic.twitter.com/MTgk2nYcs8
— Maricopa County Elections Department (@MaricopaVote) November 21, 2022
Before the election, Kari Lake held a 10-point lead in several recent polls, including an 11-point lead in the recent FOX 10 poll from Arizona.
Kari Lake now reportedly lost to Katie Hobbs by .6%, just .1% shy of an automatic recount.
However, Lake is not giving up. She recently said, “I will become Governor,” after the Arizona Attorney General’s Office fired off a letter to Maricopa County demanding answers to the election day law violations by November 28.
The election was an uncertifiable mess due to voters having their ballots stolen, not counted, or being prevented from voting altogether.
The Gateway Pundit reported on the serious issues in Maricopa County’s General Election on November 8. Due to the incompetence of Maricopa County and Katie Hobbs, tabulators were down, printers ran out of ink, and long, long lines kept Republican voters waiting to cast their ballots. Republican voters were told to drop their ballots into a separate container called box 3 to be counted later. Election experts and election workers later reported that these uncounted ballots were mixed with already counted ballots, leaving no way of knowing if all legal votes were counted!
If a voter had already checked into a polling location to vote but needed to leave due to long wait times, they were not allowed to vote at another location.
Republicans in the state also had 72% of the turnout on election day. Democrats had only a 17% turnout. But for some reason, the remaining ballots after election day broke even between the two parties – despite Republicans holding strong leads in the polls.
As The Gateway Pundit reported, Republican State Treasurer candidate Kimberly Yee is the only Republican who survived the steal this year.
Kimberly Yee dropped from the GOP primary for Arizona governor in January with little to no support.
However, several suggested Kimberly Yee won the Treasurer’s race because she did not have President Trump’s endorsement.
So, was Yee less Trumpy than other candidates?
No. Kimberly Yee campaigned with President Trump in 2020 as the co-chair of Asian Pacific Americans for Trump, a member of Pro-life Voices for Trump, and she wrote an op-ed titled, “Why I support President Trump and his vision of the American dream.”
Still, she trounced her opponent Martin Quezada by over 283k votes.
The race for State Mine Inspector received 1,674,717 votes for Paul Marsh, a Republican who ran unopposed.
This is more votes than any other statewide candidate received.
Republicans running for Corporation Commission also beat their Democrat opponents by tens of thousands of votes each.
Why the outstanding turnout for Treasurer and State Mine Inspector but not for the other statewide candidates?
None of this makes sense!