An Arizona election committee led by Republican candidate Wendy Rogers has been exposed for allowing ballots to be cast without signature verification. This revelation came to light as part of Steve Bannon’s War Room: Pandemic series.
The Arizona election committee, which is led by Rogers and includes Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, allowed the ballots to be cast without signature verification. This means that people could have voted without providing any proof of their identity. This could potentially have allowed people to vote multiple times or cast ballots that were not their own.
The committee has been criticized for not taking the necessary steps to ensure the integrity of the election. This lack of oversight could have allowed for fraud and manipulation of the election results.
The Arizona election committee has been under scrutiny for months, but this latest revelation is particularly troubling. It is not clear how many ballots were cast without signature verification, but it is clear that this could have been a major issue.
The Arizona election committee has not yet commented on the issue, but it is likely that they will be forced to take action. It is also possible that the committee may face legal action for not following proper procedures.
The issue of signature verification is a major issue in the 2020 election. As more states move to mail-in voting, it is important that proper security measures are put in place to ensure that the election results are accurate and not manipulated.
The Arizona election committee’s failure to ensure that ballots were cast with proper signature verification could have had a major impact on the election results. It is essential that this issue is addressed and that proper security measures are put in place to ensure the integrity of future elections.