Mohave County, AZ Board of Supervisors to Discuss Litigation Against Maricopa County Following Stolen Election

by J Pelkey
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On election day, Nov. 8, 2022, at least 50% of the tabulators or printers were not operating in Maricopa County.

Republicans waited as long as 4 hours in the Arizona heat to vote in Maricopa County. Thousands were told they could vote at a different precinct after they had checked in, which they could not. Tens of thousands were told to dump their ballot into a bin and that would be counted later.

Following election day, Democrat candidates somehow won more than 50% of the votes despite only recording 17% of the turnout on election day. How is this possible?

Democrat math.

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It was revealed by a Yavapai County Supervisor that Arizona county officials were threatened with Class 6 felony charges if they refused to certify the fraudulent election.

Ron Gould of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors was also told that he would be arrested if he did not certify the election.

“I found out today that I have no choice but to vote “Aye” or I will be arrested and charged with a felony,” Ron Gould said during the Board of Supervisors Special Meeting on Monday.


Arizona must throw out the fraudulent results and redo the midterm election.

On December 15th, Mohave County Arizona Board of Supervisors are going to discuss litigation against Maricopa County for stealing the 2022 election from the people of Arizona.

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