SAYS KARI LAKE: LAWSUIT TO OBTAIN MAIL-IN BALLOT SIGNATURES IS GOING TO TRIAL
Steven Ahle
August 28, 2023
Kari Lake Wins Her Appeal On Voter Signature Verification.
Kari Lake has announced that her lawsuit against Maricopa County is now moving forward after the judge decided that the mail-in envelopes are not part of the voter records and therefore not subject to privacy laws.

Lake and her attorneys sued for the right to match voter registration signatures with the signatures on the write-in envelopes.
The question I have is what will be the excuse given by Marico0a County and the questionably elected statewide Democrats be for destroying all records and images on those envelopes?
Lake previously filed a special action lawsuit against Maricopa County after they illegally denied her team access to the fraudulent 2022 mail-in ballot affidavit envelopes.

This will be a two-day trial and will be held on September 21st and 25th.
Mismatched signatures:
EXCLUSIVE: Arizona Hack Reporters Call for Indictment of TGP Reporter Jordan Conradson For Exposing Maricopa County’s Fraudlent Mail-in Ballot Signatures – MORE REVELATIONS TO COME

On June 9th, Jordan Conradson was able to examine two to three hundred envelopes against the registration signature and he found an error rate of approximately 10%. It was 0previously disclosed that the examiners verifying the signatures took less than three seconds per ballot, a number that is virtually impossible. Unless of course you knew they wouldn’t match and you did not care. That is my bet anyway. One woman took just one second for the tens of thousands of signatures she allegedly checked.

Over 1.3 million write-in ballots came into Maricopa County. Lake allegedly lost by about 17,000 votes. It would not be difficult to make up that 17,000 vote difference by working with those high numbers. Per Maricopa County Elections Director Rey Valenzuela and Maricopa County’s signature verification training materials, current ballot affidavits are compared against “up to three most recent” historical voter signatures “in chronological order.”

From The Gateway Pundit
The Gateway Pundit reported yesterday on video footage of Maricopa County officials misleading the court with repeatedly conflicting statements regarding level-one signature verification workers in light of evidence that hundreds of thousands of signatures were approved in seconds each. It is clear that level-one reviewers were not doing a proper job.

This means that user-level (level one) signature reviewers in the 2022 General Election would compare the current affidavit signature to the three most recent signatures on file from that voter, excluding the 2022 General Election affidavit and voter registration changes or updates after the November 2022 election. The signatures used for reference include previously accepted mail-in ballot signatures, voter registration records, and even the sloppy electronic signatures used for check-in at in-person polling centers.
SAYS KARI LAKE: LAWSUIT TO OBTAIN MAIL-IN BALLOT SIGNATURES IS GOING TO TRIAL Steven Ahle August 28, 2023 Kari Lake Wins Her Appeal On Voter Signature Verification. Kari Lake has announced that her lawsuit against Maricopa County is now moving forward after the judge decided that the mail-in envelopes are not part of the voter records and therefore not subject to privacy laws. Lake and her attorneys sued for the right to match voter registration signatures with the signatures on the write-in envelopes. The question I have is what will be the excuse given by Marico0a County and the questionably elected statewide Democrats be for destroying all records and images on those envelopes? Lake previously filed a special action lawsuit against Maricopa County after they illegally denied her team access to the fraudulent 2022 mail-in ballot affidavit envelopes. This will be a two-day trial and will be held on September 21st and 25th. Mismatched signatures: EXCLUSIVE: Arizona Hack Reporters Call for Indictment of TGP Reporter Jordan Conradson For Exposing Maricopa County’s Fraudlent Mail-in Ballot Signatures – MORE REVELATIONS TO COME On June 9th, Jordan Conradson was able to examine two to three hundred envelopes against the registration signature and he found an error rate of approximately 10%. It was 0previously disclosed that the examiners verifying the signatures took less than three seconds per ballot, a number that is virtually impossible. Unless of course you knew they wouldn’t match and you did not care. That is my bet anyway. One woman took just one second for the tens of thousands of signatures she allegedly checked. Over 1.3 million write-in ballots came into Maricopa County. Lake allegedly lost by about 17,000 votes. It would not be difficult to make up that 17,000 vote difference by working with those high numbers. Per Maricopa County Elections Director Rey Valenzuela and Maricopa County’s signature verification training materials, current ballot affidavits are compared against “up to three most recent” historical voter signatures “in chronological order.” From The Gateway Pundit The Gateway Pundit reported yesterday on video footage of Maricopa County officials misleading the court with repeatedly conflicting statements regarding level-one signature verification workers in light of evidence that hundreds of thousands of signatures were approved in seconds each. It is clear that level-one reviewers were not doing a proper job. This means that user-level (level one) signature reviewers in the 2022 General Election would compare the current affidavit signature to the three most recent signatures on file from that voter, excluding the 2022 General Election affidavit and voter registration changes or updates after the November 2022 election. The signatures used for reference include previously accepted mail-in ballot signatures, voter registration records, and even the sloppy electronic signatures used for check-in at in-person polling centers.
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