Arizona is facing a whopping 88 proposed new laws that would create huge decreases in the possibility for voter fraud in the state.
- Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers (R-6) has proposed 88 bills to the state legislature on election reform, according to The Gateway Pundit.
- Rogers announced the first 75 bills on Monday saying that she hopes to take the state back to in-person, one day, one vote, no machine, paper ballots with watermarks for voting.
- SB 1348 specifically targets the use of electronic equipment for counting ballots and governs their use at the state, county, city, or town levels.
- According to Rogers “To err is human, to really foul things up requires a computer.”
ROGERS’ STATEMENT ON THE BILLS:
- “I was elected to propose bills. That is my MAIN job. Here are 75 I have proposed so far. Thank you to everyone who is helping me get these passed,” Rogers said in her tweet.
- “An alarming number of voting machines are vulnerable to hackers,” Rogers said on her official state senate website.
- “These systems aren’t reliable and don’t have any credibility. We need to make bold moves to guarantee that every vote is accurately counted. We owe this to the people of Arizona. Even just a dozen votes can make or break a race. In order to improve the security of the ballot and election integrity, we need to move from machines to human hand counts.”
- The Arizona House of Representatives previously passed an election integrity bill in March of 2021 that dealt primarily with private funding of election administrations, according to Breitbart News.
- However, according to The Hill, as of early January of 2022, the majority of Arizona voters support further election reform in their state.