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Maricopa County Republican Committee Chair candidate, Jan Dubauskas, tells us why she is the best one for the job!

Join us on December 2, 2022 at 6:30pm to meet Jan Dubauskas! She's running for Maricopa County Republican Committee Chair to lead all party responsibilities at the county level. The event is In-Person or Online at 3326 N 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014. Doors open at 6:00pm.

💥URGENT CALL TO ACTION💥

Maricopa County just published a letter to the Attorney General's Office that the advice Supervisor Chairman Bill Gates gave to voters in a video with Recorder Stephen Richer on Election Day telling them they could leave the vote center after having checked in and go somewhere else would result in them only being able to vote a provisional ballot which the County would later reject.

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If you weren't able to vote from the chaos on election day in Maricopa County or your vote didn't count, please follow the steps below to file a complaint with the Attorney General's Office.

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STEP 1. Check to see if your ballot has been counted.

If you voted in the 2022 Arizona General Election, you need to see if your ballot was counted. Check to see if your ballot has been accepted and counted on Maricopa County's website. If you live in a different county, click the "Other Counties" button.

If the County shows your vote was counted, you don't need to file a report with the Attorney General unless you witnessed or experienced bad things happening.

If your vote wasn't counted or you couldn't vote because of the problems on Election Day or something else, proceed to Step 2.

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Step 2. File a Report with the Arizona Attorney General's Office

Consider filing a report with the Attorney General's Election Integrity Unit for the following reasons:

  • If you voted in person and your ballot has not been counted​

  • You witnessed bad things happening on election day

  • Decided not to vote because of the chaos or because of bad instructions you received from election officials

  • Were forced to vote on a provisional ballot because you previously checked into a vote center but couldn't cast your ballot 

  • Worked the election and saw things that were not normal

  • Other issues that are concerning to you that you witnessed or experienced

 

Even if you filled out another form for another site, it will not help secure our elections unless your complaint is sent to the AZ Attorney General's Office. Please make sure to submit all the things to the Arizona Attorney General's Election Integrity Unit. 

 

This needs to be completed as soon as possible. 

Kari Lake describes the chaos on Election Day and praises the work of the Attorney General's office to rectify what happened. It's because of voters like you submitting your cases to the AG's Election Integrity Unit that an investigation is finally able to happen!

 

Thank you for your due diligence in participating in the process!

Step 2b. File an HAVA complaint.

It is federal law that every legal voter is able to vote if one wishes. If you were not able to cast a vote due to the chaos on Election Day, were forced to vote provisionally, or Maricopa's website shows your vote was not counted, please consider filing an HAVA complaint by following the HAVA Tool Kit. This will require notarization:

Step 3. Take the Election Survey

EZAZ.org is dedicated to educating and empowering the voters of Arizona. Before the county certifies the election on November 28th, please take a moment to share your election experience. Your anonymized feedback will help inform lawmakers and election officials about the legislation needed to make it easier to vote but harder to cheat. 

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Action Already Taken to Hold Maricopa County Accountable

  • 11/19 - The Arizona Attorney General's office said they received hundreds of cases from voters sent to their Election Integrity Unit with serious violations and voter disenfranchisement. The AG sent a demand letter to Maricopa County for records showing their activities before, during, and after the disenfranchisement that occurred on Election Day and stated statutes they violated.

  • 11/21 - Maricopa County responded on twitter they would comply with the AG's letter with their presentation at the next Supervisor's meeting when they certify the election.

  • 11/22 - Maricopa County GOP and AZ GOP also submitted a public records request to the County Attorney's office. They received a reply that the County will reply to the public records request after certification.

 

  • 11/22 - AG candidate Abe Hamadeh filed a lawsuit against all of the counties which seems like it's an injunction against certification. AG candidate Kris Mayes files a motion to dismiss. Lawsuit dismissed but can be resubmitted in the 5 day elector period after certification.

 

  • 11/23 - Kari Lake filed a lawsuit compelling Maricopa County to comply with public records requests.

  • 11/23 - Senator Kelly Townsend served Maricopa County with a subpoena for the same records asked for by the AG in addition to several other items.

  • 11/25 - All 15 County GOP Parties and the Arizona GOP sent a letter to Maricopa County stating the blunders and violations of their election management requesting they do not certify the election as it cancels out the votes of the other 14 counties who did operate elections according to law.

  • 11/27 - Gail Golec, an elector, files a lawsuit against numerous parties calling for the election to be nullified and a revote to be ordered. Lawsuit dismissed.

  • 11/27 - Maricopa County publishes a response to the AG. In the letter, they admit that voters that followed Chairman Supervisor Bill Gates' advice were required to cast a provisional ballot and likely their vote was rejected. They also admit to breaking the chain of custody. They justify both actions as being lawful.

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To protect Arizona from the mistakes we've seen occur over the last two terms, Governor Ducey can call a special session to move the Election Procedures Manual to oversight by the Legislature so that future Secretary Fontes can't override the statutes and create chaos in the elections.

Gov. Ducey should also consider Sen. Warren Petersen's legislation to curb the emergency powers of the governor.

ADDITIONAL ELECTION-RELATED CALLS TO ACTION
Please be polite, kind, and respectful in your messages to the elected officials. Thank you!

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Senate President Karen Fann could file a WRIT OF MANDAMUS with the courts to ask them to hold Maricopa County accountable to pg. 254 of the Election Procedures Manual which requires them to address discrepancies prior to certification.

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Contact Senate President Karen Fann at kfann@azleg.gov or (602) 926-5874.

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Chairwoman Sen. Kelly Townsend could file a 1487 with Attorney General Brnovich asking him to clarify:

  • If Maricopa County's checkout process violated the law

  • If Supervisor Bill Gates telling voters they could leave after checking-in suppressed their vote

  • If Maricopa County breaking the chain of custody because they find the law is antiquated broke the law

Contact Sen. Kelly Townsend at ktownsend@azleg.gov or 602-926-4467.

OPPOSE BIDEN’S INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR RULE!

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OPPOSE BIDEN’S INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR RULE!

Do you enjoy the convenience of a ride-sharing service such as Uber or Lyft?

Do you like getting food delivered to your door from a service such as DoorDash?

Do you want to be your own boss, setting your own schedule so that you can pick your children up from school?

Or take classes to advance your education or job prospects?

Or simply work when you feel like it?

 

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, President Biden wants to deprive you of your choices. Submit your comment to the Department of Labor today.

 

All comments due by December 13

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THREE EASY STEPS TO TAKE CIVIC ACTION

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The first step of starting an Arizona Request To Speak account can only be completed at the Arizona Capitol Building.

Our volunteers are happy to save you a trip, start an account for you, and send you your credentials. Click the button below to sign up to take EASY ACTION. Add to contacts: action@ezaz.org and chair@strongaction.org 

If you are short on time, we've posted a brief 1.5-min video below on how to thumbs up or down bills on the RTS system.

 

Go to our Training page for the full 7-min training video. We also have monthly in-person trainings. 

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