Liz Harris Responds to Maricopa County’s BS Rebuttal On Ghost Votes And Lost Votes

Liz Harris led an effort to knock on tens of thousands of doors and asked people if they voted and how many in their family voted. They did not ask them who they voted for. What they found was nothing less than astounding. They found many people had voted but did not get their votes counted and then a large number of so-called ghost votes. Ghost votes are where votes came in from an address from which no one voted.

Liz Harris said that they potentially found 173,104 lost votes and 96,389 ghost votes. Maricopa County began immediately to try to discredit the finding as they have done since the audits began in their county. Maricopa County claimed that a piece of property Harris’s group listed as a vacant lot is not vacant and they used an old picture that shows an old trailer on the lot but, they failed to mention the lot was empty before the 2020 election.

Harris obtained images from the Maricopa County Assessor’s page dated October 22, 2020, which prove that the County is spewing falsehoods.

The demolition permit for this property was issued on 1/13/2020.

Harris: Additional photographic evidence, eyewitness testimony and public records confirm that the mobile home park owners sold this property on February 19, 2020, to an investment/development company and the property along with all the surrounding structures were subsequently completely leveled in the first half of 2020.

Why did the County Recorder and Assessor intentionally choose an image from more than 5 years ago to discredit our report?

Maricopa claimed that the ballot was forwarded, but:

Harris reports,

In case you are not aware: Per law (A.R.S. 16-558.01), official election materials, such as ballots CANNOT be forwarded.

Maricopa County provides the following information regarding forwarding addresses on its website per current Arizona Law: (

5. Will my ballot be sent to my forwarding address on file with the Post Office?

No. As required by law, all official election materials, such as ballots, are marked “Do Not Forward – Return Service Requested”. If the early ballot is returned to us indicating you are no longer at the residential address on file or that a forwarding order is on file, this will then begin the process of deactivating your voter

Why are the Maricopa County Recorder and Assessor stating that the former resident’s ballot was forwarded when A.R.S. 16-558.01 states official ballots are NONFORWARDABLE?

H/T The Gateway Pundit



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