Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (D) announced she has sent the six reports of possible voter intimidation to law enforcement (Department of Justice) for investigation. Mark Finchem (R), who is running for Secretary of State responds with his support for investigating election issues.
Finchem then highlights some alleged reports that were not investigated after the 2020 presidential election. Finchem shares on Twitter:
“My response to Hobbs is, “Yes by all means let’s investigate these claims. If the drop boxes were properly supervised, the voters would be less suspicious & perhaps could rest assured that the people inserting ballots into them were acting within the law. Let’s investigate the people covering the license plates, the people showing up at multiple drop boxes.”
ABC News reported on the six incidents. Five of them were all from the same drop box at 501 S. 3rd Ave. in Phoenix, AZ. The complaints describe a group of individuals monitoring the dropboxes by filming and photographing voters, and in some cases as the voters return to the same dropbox. One report states that individuals were dressed in “camo-clad gear”. Photos submitted show that some individuals were armed.
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