EXCLUSIVE: Maricopa County Poll Worker’s Affidavit Reveals How Democrats With Out-of-State Driver’s Licenses And No Voter Registration Were Allowed To Vote

Another Maricopa County election judge has come forward with more evidence of illegality in Arizona’s 2022 Midterm Election.

The Gateway Pundit reported that voting machine failures and tabulation issues led to massive and unprecedented voter disenfranchisement at the polls.

A corrupt Obama Judge recently sanctioned Kari Lake in order to “send a message” and prevent election lawsuits from exposing the massive amounts of fraud. Lake was sanctioned for a lawsuit to ban the machines, citing vulnerabilities and potential for failure. Can you believe it?!

BREAKING: Arizona Attorney General’s Office Fires Off Letter to Maricopa County Regarding 2022 Midterm Election Day Voter Suppression – Demanding Answers by Nov. 28

Voting machines and printers suddenly stopped working at over 30% of voting centers the moment the polls opened on election day. Republican voters were forced to wait in extremely long lines, turned away from the polls, or told to deposit their ballots in the questionable “box 3” for misread ballots.

These issues were present ALL DAY at some locations.

Because of this, despite having had only 17% of the turnout on election day, Democrats outperformed Republicans in multiple counties, which is unlikely, if not impossible.

The tabulation issues were not present at the Chandler voting center, according to the election judge. Still, “the massive lines were real. We had close to 200 people in line at one point, and it was a two-hour wait. And we had people walking off of the line because they just couldn’t wait anymore.” This is because “the troubleshooter was calling other sites and telling them to send people to us because their machines were down.”

Some voters were unsure if their vote would count at the second location if they had already checked in at another location. In a Twitter video, Maricopa County officials told voters that they could leave their voting center and go to another voting center. However, they never mention that you must check out first. This directly contradicts a recent letter from the County to the Arizona Attorney General’s office stating that voters must check out before leaving the polls if they intend to vote at another location.

Our source told us, “there was no checkout procedure that we were trained on,” and because of this, many were forced to vote on a provisional ballot that may not have been counted.

In addition to the issues described above, the new testimony reveals that two Democratic voters were registered to vote just days before Election Day, using out-of-state driver’s licenses in at least one polling location in Chandler, Arizona. One voter was allowed to register after she “indicated she had only been in the valley for a few weeks.”

The legal deadline to register was October 11. This also goes against poll worker instructions to give these voters provisional ballots to be further investigated before counting.

The election judge told The Gateway Pundit, “the system on the site book will tell you when someone’s registered. And so I pulled her up [in the site book]. I said, ‘well, you know, you’re not registered. We can give you a conditional, provisional ballot, but you know, you’re not in the system.’ And the inspector [Ronda Owens] came over and said, ‘no, no, I’ll fix it,’ and I said, ‘well, what do you mean?’ And she called the hotline, and she spoke to someone at the hotline, and then suddenly, she was registered and able to vote a regular ballot.”

“I was stunned. Like, how do you do that? And she said, ‘well, because she filled out the first part of the information beforehand, and it just didn’t go through.’ And I said, ‘that doesn’t make any sense. You have to be completely registered to vote,’” the judge continued.

Another woman who was “clearly not registered” walked into the polling center with an Illinois driver’s license and listed a commercial building as her residence. “Now the thing is, when you fill out the registration paperwork, there are two sheets. There’s the one you submit, and then you have a receipt, and she had both,” said the election judge. “The paper was not signed. She had signed somewhere else on the document. There’s a signature block, and she signed outside of that.”

They continued, “Again, Ronda called [the hotline] downtown, and they said, ‘well, the address is a commercial building.’ And then somehow they changed that, and then suddenly she was registered to vote.”

The election judge told us that both of the women were Democrats.

The judge said they told Ronda, “That’s not kosher. You can’t be registering people after the deadline.” According to them, “she said, ‘well, the person had intended to register. They had the paperwork, and it just wasn’t completed.’ I’m like, ‘yeah, but it has to be completed before that.'” Ronda then “stopped doing it after that.”

The judge also told us that “they were accepting photographs of ID” instead of physical proof of identity. “You didn’t need an actual certified paper. You could use a photograph of it. So technically, I could take my auto registration and my auto insurance card and Photoshop, take pictures of them and walk in and vote as anyone I want,” they said. The Arizona Secretary of State’s webpage states that a valid Arizona Vehicle Registration and Arizona vehicle insurance card are acceptable forms of ID for voting. “The inspector said that pictures of it were ok,” the judge continued.

After seeing the issues at this polling location and hearing about tabulator malfunctions across the valley, the judge concluded, “I have no confidence at all that this election was run fairly.”

The election judge who submitted this affidavit asked The Gateway Pundit to redact his name; however, they are prepared to reveal their identity if asked to testify in court.

For the election of Nov 8, 2022, I worked election day and the preceding days corresponding to a twelve day site. I worked as an election judge at Chandler Gilbert Community College located at 2626 Pecos Road, Gilbert Arizona. During the early voting period, we had two people come in that weren’t registered. The inspector called the hotline and they were then registered and permitted to vote.

The first person was a tall Caucasian woman with blonde hair. She was approximately 5′ 8″, medium build wearing athletic clothing. She had a California driver’s license and indicated she had only been in the valley for a few weeks.

The second person was a woman with an Illinois driver’s license. She said she was only here for a two to three weeks. She was African American with dark hair. She was approximately 5′ 4″ heavy build wearing dark clothing. Her registration didn’t complete because the address that she provided was a commercial building. She became agitated when she found out she wasn’t registered because she was flying back to Chicago the next day.

The registration deadline for this election was 10/11/2022. Two people whose registrations were not completed before then were permitted to vote.

“I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Signed on the 1 day of December 2022.”



After threatening to jail County Supervisors if they did not certify her corrupt election win, corrupt Katie Hobbs will certify the statewide results of this rigged and stolen election today at 10 am.

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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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