Maricopa County Door #3 Ballots: Where Did They Go?
Maricopa County Election Judge SPEAKS OUT – Missing Ballots
Wendi Strauch Mahoney with Undercover DC reports:
Maricopa County Election Judge Karla Sweet says she was asked to put 93 “Door #3” ballots in the black duffle bag with all of the other voted ballots at the end of the day on Election Day per the instruction of county Election Inspector Mark McCall. Sweet sent a letter to UncoverDC on November 11. The letter documents her observations and some of her thoughts throughout the day. Sweet worked at the Grace in the Desert Adventist Church poll location in Peoria, Arizona, in Maricopa County.
Notably, UncoverDC spoke with another Election Judge, Michele Swinick, who worked at another voting center. Swinick says every poll location was instructed by “the supervisor at Election HQ to place Door #3 ballots in the black duffle bags.” However, the request for where to put the Door #3 ballots in Swinick’s case was slightly different. Swinick reports she and others were instructed to put her Door #3 ballots in a separate black duffle bag. She personally marked a label on the duffle bag zipper with the words “Misread Ballots.” Both Sweet and Swinick expressed earnest concerns the Door #3 ballots might not ever be seen.
Many people I have spoken to in Scottsdale witnessed the same issues with the machine tabulations at the Islamic Center & other sites. We need to get to the bottom of this voter suppression. https://t.co/hElKllC3G7— Abe Hamadeh (@AbrahamHamadeh) November 12, 2022