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Maricopa County Votes to Certify Election Results

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The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted to certify the November midterm general election results despite angry voters claiming the county mishandled the election—if not rigged it.
“It is what it is,” said District 5 board member Steve Gallardo, a Democrat, at the Nov. 28 public meeting in Phoenix.
“This election was safe, secure, and in my opinion, this election is over.”
More than 1.5 million county voters cast ballots, 290,000 on election day alone, a large percentage of them Republican.
However, an estimated 70 of the 223 county voting centers on election day reported printer malfunction that resulted in approximately 16,000 ballots that couldn’t go through the electronic tabulators.
The situation resulted in long lines of frustrated voters and election workers who instructed them to either spoil their ballots or vote in another location.
Or, they could place their ballots in a secure box for later tabulation.
County officials claimed an estimated 31 percent of the ballot printers didn’t work correctly on election day even though previous tests showed them functioning.

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