Independent Arizona Election Audit Discovered Hundreds of Uncounted GOP Ballots, Would Have Changed Results; New Election Fraud Cases Filed in These Four States

By The Leading Report. We the People AZ Alliance (WPAA), an election integrity group in Arizona, has discovered hundreds of instances where people claimed to have voted for Abe Hamadeh but their ballots were not counted, more than the 280 votes he lost in the attorney general’s race. However, WPAA co-founder Shelby Busch stated that the courts refuse to consider the new evidence.

Busch said in the video, “Abe Hamadeh won the attorney general’s race. I’m going to outline for you the evidence behind how Kris Mayes was installed as the illegitimate attorney general. Our evidence in Abe’s case shows that thousands of Arizona voters were disenfranchised on Election Day in violation of the 1993 National Voter Registration Act, and Katie Hobbs, the secretary of state and the counties know about these voters and have done nothing to correct it.”

Hamadeh’s election challenge differs from others as he requests judges to count votes from disenfranchised voters, a move that has caused complaints about disenfranchising voters, making judges hesitant to comply.

Busch showed a clip from Maricopa County officials stating that voters’ registrations for vehicles registered with Service Arizona were automatically changed to the registered county unless they unchecked a box on the form.

She said the rejection rates for ballots in every county in Arizona in the 2022 election increased, some significantly. “Some of the county’s rejection rates increased 10,000 percent, with the smaller counties going from .09 percent of the overall voters to 9 percent of the overall voters.” (Read more from “Independent Arizona Election Audit Discovered Hundreds of Uncounted GOP Ballots, Would Have Changed Results” HERE)

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New Election Fraud Cases Filed in These Four States

By The Leading Report. A new primary election has been ordered by a Connecticut state court amid allegations of election fraud, with Democrats in Massachusetts and New Jersey also accused of or charged with election fraud. This brings the total of election-related criminal cases across the country to at least three. Bridgeport Superior Court Judge William Clark overturned the results of a Democratic mayoral primary and ordered a new election in connection to allegations of absentee ballot abuse. The general election for mayor was set for Nov. 7, but the judge told lawyers that they had 10 days to work with city and state election officials to determine a potential date for the new election.

In neighboring Massachusetts, a Democratic mayoral candidate is accused of bribing residents to vote. Election officials for the city of Springfield say they witnessed voters being brought to the city hall for early voting and that at least some expected to be given cash after they voted for Democratic candidate Justin Hurst. Video footage has also been released of a man associated with Hurst’s campaign allegedly handing cash to voters last weekend. City officials claim in sworn affidavits that the distribution of $10 bills, clearly visible in surveillance footage, represents voter fraud. Hurst denied all the allegations ahead of Election Day on Tuesday.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts could not confirm or deny if an investigation was taking place, but charges have yet been filed. In contrast, election fraud investigations that have been confirmed in New Jersey have announced charges against two Democrats. Paterson City Council President Alex Mendez (D) is facing additional charges in a 2020 election fraud case, after having previously been charged in June 2020 and February 2021. Last month, state Attorney General Matthew Platkin’s office announced that new charges have been brought against Mendez and his associates regarding mail-in ballot election fraud, which occurred during the 2020 election that was mostly conducted by mail. Mendez’s campaign allegedly collected ballots that were not sealed by voters and examined them at the campaign headquarters to see if they were cast for him. Ballots that were not cast for Mendez were allegedly destroyed and replaced with a ballot for him.

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