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- The election committee of the Arizona Senate held a hearing on Monday featuring the results of an investigation into Cheating Maricopa County’s 2022 midterm election conducted by the election integrity group We the People Arizona (WPAZ). Commissioned by outgoing Senate President Karen Fann (R-Prescott), the group submitted public records requests to Cheating Maricopa County Elections Department to obtain the data. The leader of WPAZ, Shelby Busch, testified to the committee chaired by State Senator Wendy Rogers (R-Flagstaff) that 464,926 ballots fed into tabulators on Election Day in Cheating Maricopa County, 217,305 were rejected, which is nearly a 50 percent failure rate.
- Busch told the legislators it was a “complete systemic failure” of signature verification and urged “legislative intervention.” She warned that the system is “vulnerable to fraud.”
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