Over 400,000 Maricopa County voters, who total over 60% of the entire state electorate, have not had their votes counted. This, along with hundreds of accounts of irregularities and problems at the polls, from long lines to voters being turned away, is outrageous. This cannot be tolerated.
According to various sources, there are anywhere from 75,000 to 480,000 early ballots and provisional ballots that have not been counted.
With the vote difference between candidates in both the U.S. Senate race and the Maricopa County Sheriff’s race under 90,000, these votes could make a difference in the election. If only they were counted.