Tucson, Arizona 2022-01-15 09:00:00 –
The PCAO fraud unit identified about one-third of the first 151 cases “for a more thorough review”, with 23 registered Republicans, 15 registered Democrats, and 13 independents. / I found that it consists of cases registered as other.
Conover’s office said a representative sampling of what was investigated showed:
A Tucson man who allowed him to fill out two votes after completing the first vote and losing it. He and his wife searched for it all over the house and along Claycroft Road near his house before requesting a second vote, completed it and mailed it. He believes someone found his first vote and mailed it for him.
The Tucson woman said she put the first ballot in the mailbox and raised a red flag to warn the mail carrier of the shipment of the mail. She later said she realized it was a holiday (Columbus Day) and mail might not be received. The next morning she checked the mailbox before going to work and said she had run out of voting papers. She said she suspected that someone other than the mail carrier had received her ballot because of the holidays, requested a replacement ballot, completed it, and mailed it.
The first voter to go first to the constituency closest to his parents’ address and deliver the mail there. When he arrived at the polling place, he was told he was not on the roster and was given a provisional vote. He did because he said he spoke to someone in the constituency who told him to go to his constituency and vote. He said he wasn’t supposed to cast multiple votes, but didn’t know where to vote.
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