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Maricopa County Election Judge Is Threatened by Supervisors After Speaking Out About Tabulation Errors

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Maricopa County Election Judge Is Threatened by Supervisors After Speaking Out About Tabulation Errors – Ballots Counted Is Based on Check-Ins NOT Scanning and Reading Through Tabulator

By Jordan Conradson, Gateway Pundit, 11, 2022:

A Maricopa County Election judge spoke out about what she witnessed at the polls on Tuesday with tabulators not working and inaccurate ballot reporting, and her supervisors threatened her with termination.

The Gateway Pundit reported on this serious issue in Maricopa County’s General Election on Tuesday. Due to the incompetence of Maricopa County and Katie Hobbs, tabulators were down, printers ran out of ink, and long, long lines kept voters waiting to cast their ballots.

Maricopa County recently admitted in a new statement that 70 out of 223 or over 30% of voting centers were impacted by this election day debacle after previously claiming that only about 20% were affected.

Voters were told to deposit their ballots into “box 3” or “door 3” to be tabulated at the Elections Department in downtown Phoneix later. The County claims that only 17,000 votes were affected and dropped in “box 3.”

Not only were voters disenfranchised by long wait times or tabulation errors, but many may not have voted at all, or their ballots were reported as “received and counted” without actually being counted.

Michelle Swinick spoke out on this issue, and she was threatened with termination from the polls.

As The Gateway Pundit reported on Tuesday, another poll worker was terminated, citing “disinformation” for telling voters they don’t know what will happen to the ballots and would wait for the machines to be back online before dropping a ballot in “box 3.”

Uncover DC reported,

Election judge Michele Swinick has come forward to report what she experienced in Maricopa County on Election Day. She worked Election Day as a judge at the Islamic Voting Center in Scottsdale, AZ. She reports that the center is heavily Republican, with “no party” designated voters as the second most populous demographic, followed by very few democrat voters, evidenced by the fact that she checked in very few of them on Election Day. She reports she spent the entire day checking in voters.

Swinick says that the tabulators all worked “perfectly” during the test the night before the election. The problem with scanning began immediately with the first ballots. Voters scanned their ballots between 4 and 12 times with very minimal success. Poll workers estimated about 1 in 10 ballots were being read for the first three hours of voting.

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Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

The Washington Standard

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