We Have Plenty Of Leftover Ballots
Election Day is over, now Joe wants to vote.
By Bob McCray
November 14, 2022
The mid-term elections for 2022 are over, well sort of, and some of the stunts we normally see in the Presidential elections have been on full display in the mid-terms. Ballot tabulating machines are failing and not working in Maricopa County, Arizona. The sitting Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who is responsible for the state’s election integrity, is running for Arizona’s governor seat. Hobbs should have stepped out of her position and recused herself, but she didn’t, and she declared there will be no hand count. How convenient, the vote count will depend on questionable voting machines - this is what you expect in a one-stop-light town.
A number of elections are still up in the air and results that may take a while to decide the winners. The majority rule in the U.S. Senate maybe be unknown, as it will be 6 December 2022 before Georgia's Senate race between Warnock and Walker is resolved. Then there’s the question, are we going to be plagued with the usual magically appearing ballots or a multitude of lawsuits?
Historically the elections were conducted on one day, on the first Tuesday in November. The Democrats used the scam of voter suppression to get elections spread out over the weeks running up to the election, which opens up the elections for all kinds of opportunities for election fraud. This type of fraud was seen in the 2020 presidential election, with tabulation counting machines that changed the votes. Will Philadelphia uphold its reputation for shady vote counting and mystery ballots.
The only way to reestablish voter integrity is the return to the single day of voting, modern electronics make it possible for instant results. Allowances for absentee ballots should be made with safeguards to insure the proper person is voting. All of the absentee ballots should be counted on the day of the election as part of the regular ballot count. Recent elections have proven the Democrat’s old voter suppression argument doesn’t hold up, it is a thing of the past.