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Nearly half of all election centers in Maricopa County, Arizona experienced “printer or tabulator malfunctions” on Election Day on November 8, according to Rasmussen reports.
On Thursday, the polling company revealed that a staggering 48% of all election centers across Arizona’s most densely populated county had issues with ballot printers and tabulation machines — 28% more than had been initially reported.
“Update: New – 48% of Maricopa election centers had printer or tabulator malfunctions on election day, not the previously estimated 20%,” Rasmussen reported. Update: New – 48% of Maricopa election centers had printer or tabulator malfunctions on election day, not the previously estimated 20%. And no such widespread issues were reported during the early voting period that preceded election day and used the very same equipment. Wow. https://t.co/EEzH2LbcZs Rasmussen Reports noted that no reports of widespread voting issues surfaced during their early voting period, which used the same equipment. Respectively, Election Day votes tend to favor Republicans.
“And no such issues were reported during the early voting period that preceded election day and used the same very equipment. Wow,” Rasmussen Reports tweeted.
Valiant News previously reported on numerous Arizonans who testify that they had experienced voting issues, irregularities, and other discrepancies on […]
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