Arizona Senate Study: 200,000 Ballots with Mismatched Signatures

If you thought the problems of the 2020 election were behind us, get ready for a new wave of allegations of election corruption.

A study that was commissioned by the Arizona State Senate has come up with a blistering report.

The study alleges that some 200,000 ballots had mismatched signatures, eight times the amount that Maricopa County acknowledged.

Staggering Number

Maricopa County has been under the spotlight since the election took place.

This study was conducted by Shiva Ayyadurai’s Election Systems Integrity Institute on behalf of the Arizona State Senate.

According to early reports, of the almost two million early voting ballots collected, only 1.3 percent, or 25,000, had signature issues.

Of those, only 587 had mismatching signatures after curing.

The process in Maricopa County is to compare the envelope signature with the signature for the voter on file.

If that does not match, the ballot is cured, which is when the reviewer attempts to contact the voter for verification.

When the Ayyadurai review took place, they found 204,430 ballots that should have been cured, with 5,277 ballots that should have been rejected.

Ayyadurai, on his findings, stated, “We want to be humble about this.

“While the study is compelling, an expanded study is warranted to confirm the findings of this study.”

We should also note that even if these ballots were all for Biden and had been rejected, it was still not enough to overturn the state’s vote in favor of Biden.

It is, however, proof that problems were present and this is an issue that needs to be addressed.

I have always maintained that this issue is far more important for local elections, where only a handful of votes can swing the outcome of an election.

Regardless, this is something that Trump will lock onto and use to try to create momentum heading into the 2024 election cycle.

Source: Just the News


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