Just The News
Arizona’s Maricopa County accepted 4,484 federal-only ballots for the November 2020 presidential election that didn’t require the voters who cast them to provide proof of U.S. citizenship, according to documents provided by the county.
The request for the information was made by Tristan Manos, a Maricopa County Republican Committee precinct committeeman.
The county provided information on how many ballots with only federal races on them were counted in the 2020 presidential election and the number of voters who are registered to receive federal-only ballots.
Arizona law requires residents registering to vote in the state to provide proof of U.S. citizenship.
However, after the Supreme Court ruled in 2013 that Arizona must accept federal voter registration forms because of federal requirements under the 1993 National Voter Registration Act, the state allows residents registering to vote who don’t provide proof of citizenship to receive ballots for federal races only. read more
Now multiply that 4,000 times 1,000 or more for a preview of 2024!
SO WHAT? They won’t do shit about it!
At this point I’m fine with the Supreme Court being disbanded and district courts taking over.
I’m sure if we voate harder all this will be rectified.
Hahahahaha. ‘draws breath’ Heeeehahaha.
That’s dwarf-tossed, Tim.