Voters Worry About Election Cheating, Don’t Trust Mail-In Voting – Rasmussen Reports®
Most voters believe cheating may have influenced this year’s elections, and think voting by mail makes it easier to cheat.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 57% of Likely U.S. voters believe it is likely that the outcome of some elections this year will be affected by cheating, including 30% who say it’s Very Likely. Forty percent don’t think election outcomes this year are likely to be affected by cheating, including 18% who say it’s Not At All Likely.
Maricopa County’s Election Dysfunction Was More Widespread Than Officials Said, Memo Claims | The Daily Caller
More Maricopa County voting centers saw tabulator or printer issues than officials had announced, according to a memo by an attorney who observed the election process. “It seems very clear that the printer/tabulator failures on election day at 62.61% of the vote centers observed by 11 roving attorneys, and the resulting long lines at a majority of all vote centers, led to substantial voter suppression,” the memo said.
‘I WILL become governor!’: Arizona GOP hopeful Kari Lake insists she’s still on track to overturn Dem rival’s election win, as AG’s office demands explanation for polling day issues before certifying the result| Daily Mail Online
But in her letter, Wright says: ‘These complaints go beyond pure speculation, but include first-hand witness accounts that raise concerns regarding Maricopa’s lawful compliance with Arizona election law.’
Reports: Maricopa County voters faced election day chaos at 48 percent of locations
The extent of printer and tabulator malfunctions on election day in Arizona’s Maricopa County was much more widespread than reported, according to Rasmussen Reports.
The polling company revealed on Thursday that 48% of all election centers across Arizona’s most populated county had issues with ballot printers and tabulation machines. County election officials had initially reported that 20% of printers and tabulators malfunctioned during in-person voting on Nov. 8.
Printer & Tabulation Errors in Maricopa County
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Sen. Lisa Murkowski Takes Narrow Lead over Kelly Tshibaka After More Ballots Counted in Alaska
The latest numbers show Murkowski with a 1,658 vote lead over Tshibaka. At 112,519 votes, Murkowski has 43.3 percent of the total vote, while Tshibaka sits at 42.7 percent with her 110,861 votes.
Ohio Battleground State
Every vote you cast for a less-than-perfect Republican in your district is a vote for an America First Republican to have more power as a member of the majority party in the next Congress.
Illinois Battleground State
Given the Biden Administration’s poor marks on the economy, inflation and crime, if voter turnout is high enough, Republicans could win one, two, or even three Illinois swing Congressional seats on Tuesday.
Georgia Battleground State
The Senate race between Herschell Walker (R) and Raphael Warnock (D) could tip control of the U.S. Senate. Winning the Georgia Senate race would be the ‘flip’ Republicans need if they are going to take majority control of the U.S. Senate.
North Carolina Battleground State
North Carolina is in the spotlight this election cycle. North Carolina has an open U.S. Senate seat. The Senate race between Rep. Ted Budd (R) and Cheri Beasley (D) could tip control of the U.S. Senate. (Incumbent Sen. Richard Burr (R) is not seeking re-election.) Republicans need to hold this Senate seat if they are going to win majority control in the Senate.