Arizona’s Fake Unelected ‘Governor’ Vetoes Election Integrity Bills

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Arizona’s elections have been a hot mess for the past decade. Allegations of electoral fraud, especially in Maricopa County, have haunted the state this whole time. Rather than cleaning the system up so they can have fair elections again, Democrats are doing everything they can to prevent election integrity bills from becoming law. Katie Hobbs, the fake unelected “governor” of Arizona, just vetoed an entire pile of election integrity bills that passed the state house and senate.

SB 1135 would have required the use of blue or black pens for marking ballots. No more Sharpies like in the 2022 midterm debacle. The bill would also pull Arizona out of the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), which a dozen other red states have done since the 2020 election was stolen.

SB 1105 would have allowed election workers to count early ballots at polling locations on Election Day, just like we used to do in every election in this country. SB 1066 would require private voter registration groups to print “Not a Government Agency” prominently on any mailings they send out to people. SB 1180 would prevent the Democrat Party from paying financial incentives to all of their little NGOs based on how many voter registrations they collect.

Katie Hobbs vetoed every single one of those bills. It’s like she’s not even pretending that Arizona’s elections are all going to be fake from now on.

Do you realize that there are still 9,000 provisional ballots from the midterm election last November that the Arizona Secretary of State’s office hasn’t counted? That’s more than enough to overturn the Arizona Attorney General race which the Trump-endorsed Abe Hamedah “lost” by 280 votes. It’s also enough to trigger an automatic recount in the race between Kari Lake and Katie Hobbs.

At this point, it’s starting to look like Republicans are just going to have to cheat in Arizona if they ever want to win another election.