It’s now Illegal to Hand Count Votes in Cochise County, yet the Machines Can be Trusted?
BREAKING: The Arizona Attorney General has indicted two Cochise County Supervisors for alleged election interference in the 2022 election. The County Supervisors delayed election certification because the election was clearly RIGGED
Why does the election certification exist if counties cannot delay certification to ensure the legitimacy of results? The Arizona 2022 election also had the closest statewide margin in the Attorney General race with massive evidence of fraud showing Abraham Hamadeh clearly won. There were also many lawsuits being filed to challenge the results, these two Cochise County heroes absolutely did the right thing.
This is what Marxists do when they gain control, they go after everyone who tried to stop them
A month earlier…
An Arizona appeals court has ruled against Cochise County’s original plan to hand count ballots in future elections after a failed effort to do so in 2022.
Cochise County Supervisors Tom Crosby and Peggy Judd initially wanted to hand-count all 12,000 Election Day ballots and the approximately 32,000 cast early in the 2022 midterm election. Pima County Superior Court Judge Casey F. McGinley denied that request, saying that the board of supervisors had overstepped its legal authority.
Ultimately, Judd and Crosby voted against certifying the election, putting the county’s 47,000 votes at risk of not being counted at all. Still, another court order forced the county’s certification as the state was required to certify its election results in time for the Electoral College.
Although the election results were finalized, the legal fight continued into 2023, as the county wished to conduct hand recounts “in upcoming elections and intends to do so if and only if this Court reverses the trial court’s ruling.” However, McGinley ruled that the county requests are unlawful as the current processes are legitimate and must be followed unless otherwise ordered or changed by lawmakers.
“The legislature provided for a detailed method to verify the results from electronically tabulated voting machines. Counties must follow that method unless and until the legislature determines otherwise. Accordingly, the county did not have independent authority to conduct a hand-count audit of all precinct or early ballots in the first instance for the 2022 election,” the ruling read.
It’s quite suspicious how many people are working against hand counts when they are more trusted than using machines.
A common occurrence which we now see Democrats do these days in order to to launch law fare against their opponents who are fighting for election integrity is to file suits in friendly courts to get the results they want.
It appears that Pima County judicial system is similar to Texas’s Travis county.