Whistleblowers in Maricopa County reveal HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of ballots with no chain of custody

2CMBFW2 Eliza Luna, a ballot designer with the Maricopa County Elections Department, counts ballots for the Arizona Presidential Preference Election at the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S., March 17, 2020. REUTERS/Cheney Orr

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In yet another shocking turn of events, whistleblowers in Maricopa County have revealed that nearly 300,000 ballots in the 2022 midterms in Arizona allegedly had no chain of custody documentation, The Gateway Pundit noted.

On page 44 of Arizona GOP gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake’s lawsuit, which has been filed against sitting Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and multiple Maricopa County election officials, employees of Runbeck made shocking observations about the ballots being delivered.

Per Lake v. Hobbs, “…Runbeck received 298,942 ballots on Election Day which includes EV [early vote] ballots. The required chain of custody for these ballots does not exist. Indeed, two days later, on November 10, 2022, the employee observed that Maricopa County had to ask Runbeck how many ballots Runbeck had received on election night, demonstrating that Maricopa County itself did not know how many EV ballots had been retrieved from ballot drop boxes on Election Day in violation of Arizona law.”

For reference, Runbeck is an election service that works with cities, counties and states to “provide a trusted election experience with technology printing, equipment and software solutions that are accurate, transparent, and efficient.”

The lawsuit continued, asserting that the Runbeck employee’s testimony was confirmed by “Maricopa County’s response to a public records request for chain of custody forms…Maricopa County produced 1149 of these documents dated October 12th through November 7th but not a single document from Election Day drop box ballot retrievals…the official canvass report indicated that Maricopa County received over 292,000 EV ballots (not including provisional and ballots picked up by the U.S. Postal Service) dropped off on Election Day. However, Maricopa County did not produce chain of custody documents for these reported Election Day drop box ballots.”

The filing stated that the lack of chain of custody documentation is “further confirmed by the sworn testimony of a credentialed election observer at MCTEC on Election Day.” It cited another observer who testified to observing trucks and vehicles delivering “ballots and memory cards from the Vote Centers and ballot drop boxes.”

According to a report from The Gateway Pundit, the Arizona election was decided by only 17,177 votes. This makes the nearly 300,000 ballots with no alleged chain of custody documentation even more disturbing.

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