In a shocking revelation, whistleblowers have come forward to expose the mass signature verification negligence that occurred during the 2022 Arizona election. The negligence is said to have had a significant impact on the outcome of the election.
According to the whistleblowers, who are election workers, the signature verification process was not carried out properly. They claim that thousands of mail-in ballots were accepted without proper verification of signatures.
This negligence was reportedly intentional, with supervisors telling workers to “let everything go through” and to “not worry about the signatures.” This blatant disregard for the integrity of the electoral process has sparked outrage among residents in the state.
The whistleblowers have provided evidence to support their claims, which include recordings of supervisors instructing workers to ignore signature verification and emails showing that supervisors were aware of the issue but took no action.
As a result of this negligence, the outcome of the 2022 Arizona election has been called into question. It is believed that the election results may have been different had the signature verification process been carried out properly.
This revelation has caused concern among citizens about the transparency and fairness of the electoral process in the state. It is imperative that steps are taken to address the issue and ensure that future elections are conducted with the utmost integrity.
The whistleblowers have expressed their hope that their actions will shine a light on the issues that exist within the electoral system and bring about positive change. They have called on lawmakers to take swift action to address the issue and to restore trust in the electoral process.
It is important to note that the identity of the whistleblowers has not been disclosed for their protection. However, their bravery in speaking out and bringing to light the negligence that occurred during the 2022 Arizona election serves as a reminder of the importance of transparency and accountability in our democracy.