Grassroots canvass report reveals 173,104 votes were discarded and 96,389 votes were cast by someone other than the voter assigned to that vote in Maricopa County, Arizona’s 2020 General Election.
- Liz Harris—leader of the citizen-led 2020 election canvass—released a document outlining the group’s findings, reports The Gateway Pundit (TGP).
- The most significant statistics involved “lost votes”—votes in which people voted but their votes were discarded—and “ghost votes”—votes cast by someone other than the voter assigned to that vote.
- Regarding lost votes, 34.23% (173,104) of Maricopa County residents who were recorded with no vote said they had voted, notes TGP.
- And regarding ghost votes, 96,389 came out of addresses where the mail-in ballots could not have possibly been cast by the person that the vote was registered to.
- These numbers are significant because the Presidential race was decided by only 10,457 votes statewide, and the U.S. Senate election was decided by 78,886 votes statewide.
- These “[t]wo primary categories of ineligible ballots and election mishandling, encompassing thousands of votes, render the 2020 General Election in Maricopa County uncertifiable,” according to the document.
- “These results are a travesty to our democracy and our voting rights,” the document states.
- Harris discussed the findings on Steve Bannon’s War Room (video at bottom).
- “An estimated 173,104 votes are missing or lost, as reported to our volunteers who went door to door verifying registration and voting information for thousands of residents,” the document reads. “These are American citizens living in Maricopa County who cast a vote, primarily by mail, in the election and yet there is no record of their vote with the county and it was not counted in the reported vote totals for the election.”
- “Additionally an estimated 96,389 mail-in votes were cast under the names of registered voters who were either unknown to the residents of the registration address or who were verified as having moved away prior to October 2020,” the document goes on to report. “Other irregularities were uncovered during the canvass at a smaller scale, including votes cast by mail from vacant lots, votes recorded from residents who had not actually voted, etc.”
- “We saw many other issues during the canvass including such things as a resident informing us that the name registered to that address and under which a mail-in vote had been cast was their immediate relative and deceased as of several years ago. We believe that specific issue, votes cast under the names of the deceased, can best be uncovered by an analysis of the voter registration data compared to the social security death index.”
HOW THE CANVASS WAS CONDUCTED:
- During the canvass, volunteers would visit the homes of registered Maricopa County voters.
- At the door, if the resident answered, the volunteers would identify themselves as private citizens conducting voluntary election integrity research and ask if they would mind answering a few questions.
- Next the volunteer would ask the resident’s name and then verify it in the county data.
- Then the volunteer would say, “We’d like to quickly go through each registered voter at this address. First, we will start with the name identified initially and go through the other registered voters at this address.”
- The questions which followed were: What method did you use to vote? How many ballots did you receive in the mail for yourself? How many ballots did you receive for person(s) who do not live here? What did you do with any extra ballots received? How many registered voters are there supposed to be at this address? Total number of registered voters who voted in the November 2020 election?
- The answers were entered into a database live onsite and later compiled and analyzed.
Jon Fleetwood is Managing Editor for American Faith.