Maricopa County Relegated Election Processes to a Printer Who Didn’t Provide Accurate Counts of Ballots Received by Election Day Nor Chain of Custody Details

Maricopa County Relegated Election Processes to a Printer Who Didn’t Provide Accurate Counts of Ballots Received by Election Day Nor Chain of Custody Details


Maricopa County relegated numerous election activities to its ballot printer Runbeck and then allowed them to trickle in thousands of ballots after election day, never providing exact counts of ballots received by Election Day.

We’ve already reported how the United States Postal Service (USPS) is heavily involved in the election process.

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In Arizona, the USPS distributes and receives ballots across the state.  In addition, there are massive voter registration drives before every election by organizations trying to stuff the registration systems. In Maricopa, the VRAS (Voter Registration Access System) stops accepting registrations on October 5th. Maricopa’s ballot printing vendor is Runbeck Election Services headquartered in Phoenix. The “QUALVOTER” list is pulled from VRAS and provided to Runbeck. They must begin mailing early ballots on October 7th, by law. However, the liberal organization Mi Familia

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