Arizona’s Maricopa County An investigation was opened Friday These were the problems that plagued the 2022 election.
Former Arizona Supreme Court Justice Ruth McGregor accepted to lead the ceremony “independent” County officials stated in a statement that they were trying to achieve this goal. McGregor was a state member. Supreme Court From 1998 to 2009, and participated in a 2019 inquiry into security issues at Arizona’s prisons.
McGregor will employ a team of “independent experts to find out why the printers that read ballots well in the August Primary had trouble reading some ballots while using the same settings in the November General,” Maricopa Board Of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates And Vice Chairman Clint Hickman They stated this in their statement. “Our voters deserve nothing less.”
NEW: Former AZ Supreme Court Chief Justice Ruth McGregor will conduct an independent investigation Election Day Printer issues We We look forward to her discoveries. Statement ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/mOhkWideou
— Maricopa County (@maricopacounty) January 6, 2023
After Maricopa CountyThe capital of is included in the, Phoenix Is it? Arizona’s most populous county, became an epicenter of voter integrity issues stemming from the 2020 presidential election, it again faced controversy in last year’s November 8 contest when tabulators in roughly 70 of 223 voting centers reportedly had trouble reading ballots. The Printers that did not produce enough dark ink were responsible for the problems. “timing marks” To inform scanners of voter data according to the Associated Press.
In Response to a November For more information, please contact Arizona’s then-Attorney General Mark Brnovich, Maricopa County Residents affected were offered other ways to vote, but they insisted on the right to vote. printer glitches did not prevent anyone from casting ballots. StillSome candidates have raised concerns.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake She was sued after the results showed her losing her November Enter the contest for then-Arizona Secretary Of State Katie Hobbs (D) by approximately 17,000 votes Lake Election officials were alleged to have worked to disenfranchise the voters. “hundreds of thousands of illegal ballots infected the election in Maricopa County.” The lawsuit, which also included a claim of intentional misconduct Related to malfunctioning ballot printers Lake is appealing.
Abe HamadehThe Republican In the race to Arizona Attorney General who is also going to court To fight his November Responding to the investigation news, defeat Friday, tweeting, “Maricopa County, Pinal County, what else? Democracy demands answers.”
Hobbs Others who were named the winners of their respective contests were sworn into office this week.
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