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May 19, 2023

Title: "Unattended Mail-in Ballot Review: A Revealing Election Trial"

Website: Western Journal
Author: Randy DeSoto
Date: 2023-05-18

Summarized by Chat GPT and Wayne McEachron AKA Osiris

1. Maricopa County Elections Director Reynaldo Valenzuela, who is responsible for overseeing elections in the county, testified at Republican Kari Lake’s election challenge trial. He revealed that mail-in ballot reviews were done at election officials’ homes in 2020 with no observers present

2. Kari Lake, a Republican contestant, is challenging the win of Democratic Governor Katie Hobbs from the November election by approximately 17,000 votes. This represents a narrow margin of about 0.7 percent of the more than 2.5 million ballots cast statewide

3. In March, the Arizona Supreme Court questioned whether the legally mandated signature verification process for mail-in ballots was followed in Maricopa County during the election. This issue has been sent back to the trial court for further examination

4. Lake's attorney, Byran Blehm, asked Reynaldo Valenzuela about the locations where mail-in ballot verification took place and whether independent observers were present.

5. Valenzuela responded that there were three locations where mail-in verification took place: Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center, the Maricopa County Recorder’s office, and Maricopa County’s Southeast Regional Center. All these locations are within Maricopa County

6. Whistleblower Jacqueline Onigkeit, who worked as a ballot reviewer at the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center in November, testified that she and her fellow reviewers were sent home at 7 p.m. while the counting of mail-in ballots continued.

7. Jacqueline Onigkeit expressed her concerns to Lake's attorney Kurt Olsen about the absence of observers during the counting process, which she found odd.

8. In response to Jacqueline Onigkeit's testimony, Byran Blehm questioned Reynaldo Valenzuela about whether observers are allowed at the County Recorder's Office or the Southeast Regional Center. Valenzuela clarified that while observers are allowed in "any general area," their presence is not legally required

9. Reynaldo Valenzuela further explained that as a "certified election officer," he and other officers can perform signature verification in their offices without the presence of observers.

10. The possibility of signature verification being done at a Maricopa County employee's home was raised. Valenzuela acknowledged that while this is not currently in place, the county did allow reviewers to work from home during the 2020 pandemic

Title: "Bombshell Claims of Misconduct in Maricopa County Election: Kari Lake Lawsuit Going Back to Trial"

Date: May 8, 2023
Website: The Gateway Pundit
Author: Jordan Conradson
Summarized by Chat GPT and Wayne McEachron AKA Osiris

1. Kari Lake's lawsuit for fraudulent signature verification claim goes back to trial on May 17, 18, and 19.
2. Arizona Supreme Court ruled in Lake's favor and remanded the dismissed signature verification fraud count back to the trial court.
3. Maricopa County still refuses to allow Lake's legal team or We The People AZ Alliance to review ballot affidavit signatures from the 2022 Election.
4. Lake's attorneys plan to petition for inspecting ballots verified by Maricopa, based on new evidence that came to light in 2023.
5. Lake may also bring a new and separate action under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 and state law to press her federal and Arizona constitutional claims.
6. Attorney Kurt Olsen claims Maricopa officials conducted secret testing on tabulators after the County's Logic and Accuracy (L&A) tests, and 260 of 446 tabulators failed but were still used in the election.
7. If the County conducted further testing after their L&A test without party representatives and public notice, it would likely be illegal.
8. Judge Thompson indicated that new evidence could be introduced, and other counts in the lawsuit may be reconsidered.
9. Lake's attorneys are expected to file a motion to consolidate the issue of lawful public records requests that the County has denied.
10. Olsen's bombshell statement reveals "extraordinary findings of misconduct" directly related to the Court's findings in its December 24, 2022 Order.

Title: Maricopa County Superior Court Orders Status Conference on Kari Lake's Election Lawsuit

Date: May 8, 2023
Website: The Gateway Pundit
Author: Jordan Conradson

Summarized by Chat GPT and Wayne McEachron AKA Osiris

1. The Maricopa County Superior Court has set a status conference on May 8, 2023, to review Kari Lake's election lawsuit.
2. This follows the Arizona Supreme Court's decision to remand Lake's signature verification fraud count back to the trial court.
3. Lake's legal team filed a Motion for Status Conference to expedite the review process.
4. Despite this major development, the mainstream media is focusing on minor sanctions issued to Lake's attorneys over factual claims.
5. Maricopa County continues to refuse to allow Lake's team or We The People AZ Alliance to review ballot affidavit signatures from the 2022 election.
6. We The People AZ Alliance plans to file a lawsuit after being denied public records requests for footage at Runbeck's facility, which could prove that 35,563 illegal ballots were added to the count.
7. Lake intends to petition the trial court to inspect the ballots and filed a special action to compel Maricopa to produce ballot envelopes and related public records for the 2022 election.
8. Lake may also move to reconsider the dismissal of Count IV and bring a new and separate action under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 and state law.
9. Because the election-contest statute requires expedited hearings, Lake may seek discovery as part of the remand or her motion for reconsideration.
10. During the status conference on May 8th, parties and counsel may attend either in person or via Teams, and Judge Peter A. Thompson will allot 30 minutes to discuss the case and potentially address more issues related to the remand and Lake's legal challenges.

Title: Fraudulent Mail-In Ballot Signatures in Maricopa County to be Exposed in Trial Court

Date: May 1, 2023
Website: The Gateway Pundit
Author: Jordan Conradson

Summarized by Chat GPT and Wayne McEachron AKA Osiris

1. We The People AZ Alliance released footage showing fraudulent signature verification standards in Maricopa County during the 2020 and 2022 elections.
2. Kari Lake's lawsuit against the fraudulent Midterm Election is expected to expose this issue, currently fighting against sanctions in the Supreme Court.
3. The Arizona Supreme Court sent the erroneously dismissed signature verification fraud count in Lake's lawsuit back to trial court for review.
4. Lake's lawsuit demands inspection of 2022 general election ballots, ballot signature envelopes, and corresponding signatures on file with Maricopa County.
5. The count was previously dismissed before Lake's lawsuit went to trial in Maricopa County Superior Court in December.
6. We The People AZ Alliance co-founder Shelby Busch estimated nearly 300,000 ballots with no signature verification were pushed through the system in 2022.
7. Busch's team determined over 420,000 ballot affidavits failed signature verification in the 2020 election based on a review of 25% of 1.9 million envelopes.
8. Extrapolating data, Busch's team concluded there were 290,644 failed signatures in the 2022 election.
9. Maricopa County refuses to provide access to public records related to mail-in ballot signatures.
10. We The People AZ Alliance filed a special action complaint to compel the Maricopa County Elections Department to produce public records relating to the inspection of all 2022 General Election Ballot Affidavit Envelopes.

Title: Arizona Supreme Court Revives Key Aspect of Kari Lake Election Lawsuit

Date: Mar 23, 2023
Website: The Gateway Pundit
Author: Jordan Conradson

Summarized by Chat GPT and Wayne McEachron AKA Osiris

1. Arizona Supreme Court sends essential part of Kari Lake's election lawsuit back to trial court for further review.
2. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson initially dismissed the lawsuit on Christmas Eve.
3. The Arizona Court of Appeals dismissed the lawsuit in February, stating insufficient evidence of voter fraud.
4. The Supreme Court's new order grants review of issue six, challenging Maricopa County Recorder's signature-verification policies.
5. Lake's lawsuit includes counts of missing ballot chain of custody, Election Day machine failures, and fraudulent mail-in ballots.
6. Lake initially demanded the inspection of Maricopa County ballots, signature envelopes, and signatures on file from the 2022 general election.
7. The most critical part of the lawsuit could reveal fraud in the vote-by-mail system.
8. Whistleblowers claim Maricopa County officials allowed the counting of thousands of ballots that didn't meet signature verification requirements.
9. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich reported that Arizona's early ballot affidavit signature verification system may be insufficient to guard against abuse.
10. The Arizona Senate Elections Committee estimated that nearly 300,000 ballots in 2022 would fail signature verification standards.

Title: "Maricopa County Elections Director Changes Testimony After Attorney Coaching in Kari Lake Trial"

Date: Dec 29, 2022
Website: The Gateway Pundit
Author: Jordan Conradson
Summarized by Chat GPT and Wayne McEachron AKA Osiris

1. Maricopa County Elections Director Scott Jarrett attended a meeting with Defendants' attorneys after day one of the Lake v. Hobbs election trial.
2. The nearly three-hour meeting took place in the Maricopa County tabulation room and was recorded on live cameras.
3. Attorney Joseph La Rue appeared to coach Jarrett on what to say when called to the stand the following day.
4. Jarrett initially testified that he had no idea how 19-inch ballot images could be printed on 20-inch paper but changed his testimony the next day.
5. He later stated that he learned of a fit-to-paper issue "a few days after Election Day" that printed "a slightly smaller image of a 20-inch image on a 20-inch paper ballot."
6. Cybersecurity expert Clay Parikh testified that this issue was intentional and aimed at disenfranchising Republican voters.
7. Parikh also said that nearly half of the inspected ballots had a 19-inch image printed on 20-inch paper, which could not have happened accidentally or by coincidence.
8. He stated that the fit-to-paper setting "can't be accidental as all the employees that man the EMS are trained."
9. Jarrett appeared distressed and fidgety during the meeting with attorneys, even wiping sweat from his face at one point.
10. Jarrett's conflicting testimonies suggest that he may have committed perjury during the trial.

The Maricopa County Elections Director should be independent. This should be an apolitical position.

Title: "Arizona Judge Dismisses Kari Lake's Election Lawsuit; Lake to Appeal"

Date: Dec 24, 2022
Website: The Gateway Pundit
Author: Cristina Laila
Summarized by Chat GPT and Wayne McEachron AKA Osiris

1. Arizona judge dismissed Kari Lake's election lawsuit against Democrat Katie Hobbs.
2. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson ruled that Lake's lawyers hadn't proven any misconduct by Maricopa officials.
3. Kari Lake announced plans to appeal the ruling, aiming to restore faith and honesty in elections.
4. Lake, endorsed by Trump, lost to Katie Hobbs by 17,000 votes in the Arizona gubernatorial election.
5. Hobbs, Arizona's Soros-funded Secretary of State, oversaw her own election against Kari Lake.
6. Vote tabulators across Maricopa County were not working on Election Day.
7. A cyber election expert's testimony revealed that ballots were rejected due to being 19-inch ballots on 20-inch paper.
8. 42% of the ballots (48 out of 113) examined in the Arizona Election Challenge were 19-inch ballots produced on 20-inch paper.
9. These flawed ballots jammed tabulators on Election Day in Maricopa County.
10. Runbeck Company, a printing corporation run by a liberal Arizona family, printed the flawed ballots and is known to donate to Democrat candidates and causes.


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