Too busy to do things right? - "Where's Yavapai County?"Written by James T Harris
At exactly 1:02:33 PM today, 2 days after the 2014 Arizona Primary Election, the Secretary of State reported that 519,187 or 15.99 percent of registered voters had cast their ballot.
At exactly 1:26:29 today, 2 days after the 2014 Arizona Primary Election, the Secretary of State reported that 727,627 or 22.41 percent of registered voters had cast their ballot.
No big deal right, the numbers went up. But they didn’t for a while. The latest numbers of ballots cast - 727,627 – disappeared for a while today. That’s right – an entire County – the biggest county- in the state of Arizona disappeared for a while.
No big deal right? Maybe, but where are the 160,000 votes that are still outstanding? Yup, you heard me right. OUTSTANDING – as in – not yet counted!
Counties come and they go randomly from the count. Where do they go? What happens to them while they are gone? Why do we still have 160,000 ballots yet to be counted?
Why do we have an experiment going on in Yavapai County that CANNOT BE VERIFIED? YUP! The election in Yavapai County cannot be verified because they are experimenting with new equipment.
I just have to ask – WAS OUR SECRETARY OF STATE TOO BUSY RUNNING FOR GOVERNOR TO RUN AN ACTUAL HONEST ELECTION?
Or has this been the plan all along?
Radio talk show host, conservative commentator, Beautiful Man. James T. Harris is the Ring Master of The Conservative Circus heard on 104.1 FM KQTH