In yet another update regarding the 2020 election in Maricopa County, Arizona, the canvassing results have been released.
An independent report detailing the results of a canvassing effort conducted by Liz Harris and a group of volunteers shows significant irregularities in the county’s 2020 election.
The results of the canvassing effort reveal that:
- More than 170,000 votes were “lost,” meaning that people voted but their votes were never counted.
- More than 96,000 “ghost” votes were discovered. A ghost vote is a vote that was cast by someone other than the assigned voter.
The canvassing report reveals evidence of outright fraud, or at the very least, significant irregularities.
“An estimated 173,104 votes are missing or lost, as reported to our volunteers who went door to door verifying registration and voting information for thousands of residents. These are American citizens living in Maricopa County who cast a vote, primarily by mail, in the election and yet there is no record of their vote with the county and it was not counted in the reported vote totals for the election,” the report states.
“Additionally an estimated 96,389 mail-in votes were cast under the names of registered voters who were either unknown to the residents of the registration address or who were verified as having moved away prior to October 2020,” the canvassing report continues.
“Other irregularities were uncovered during the canvass at a smaller scale, including votes cast by mail from vacant lots, votes recorded from residents who had not actually voted, etc.,” the report adds.
The number of votes that were fraudulently cast, or lost, far exceeds the disparity between candidates in every single race in the county.
“These results are a travesty to our democracy and our voting rights. In addition to impacted local races, such as Maricopa County Board of Supervisors District 1, decided by 403 votes, key statewide race margins are well within the numbers shown above. The Presidential race was decided by 10,457 votes statewide, and the U.S. Senate election was decided by 78,886 votes statewide,” the report concludes.
Read the full results here: