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Arizona Canvass Update: 299,493 Votes Impacted

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The Maricopa County canvassing results are now published. Biden allegedly won by 10,457  votes in Arizona, yet, the report shows 173,104 “lost votes” and “96,389” ghost votes. Liz Harris, who spearheaded the canvass, appeared on Bannon’s War Room on Wednesday with Seth Keshel weighing in with his own data and his interpretation of the canvass data.

Results of the 2020 Maricopa County election canvas.
173,000 missing votes.
96,000 ghost votes.

This is not the Maricopa County audit report. It is an independent report detailing the results of a canvas conducted by Liz Harris and a group of volunteers.

— Josh Barnett for Congress (AZ-06) (@BarnettforAZ) September 8, 2021

According to Harris, their canvass is a low-end, conservative estimate of the votes impacted; 299,493 impacted votes or 1/7th of the 2.089mm total in Maricopa County.

299,493 IMPACTED VOTES = 1/7th of the 2.089mm total, and this is the low-end estimate.

CONCLUSION: ELECTION IN MARICOPA MUST BE DECERTIFIED (5/5)

— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) September 8, 2021

As reported by UncoverDC, Harris trained hundreds of volunteers to go door-to-door to canvass “vacant lots, hotels, county buildings, apartment complexes with no corresponding apartment number, abandoned properties, non-existent addresses, homes for elderly, churches, sports arenas, homeless shelters, native American reservations.” The independently-run grassroots canvass is a crucial piece in the puzzle for election integrity because it seeks to reconcile the voter database with the voter rolls. A simple count of votes does not necessarily reflect the will of the voters.

Lost Votes

Canvass volunteers “attempted 11,708 doors,” and the response amounted to 4570 people who answered the questions.

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