‘A comprehensive failure’: RNC shreds Arizona county that ran out of ballots

During Tuesday night’s primary elections, Pinal County in Arizona could not produce enough ballots for every voter who arrived. This was the last straw for the Republican National Committee (RNC), which claims the failure is one of the many reasons that Republicans have been pushing to reform elections.

RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel posted a joint statement with Kelli Ward, the chairwoman of the Republican Party of Arizona, and called for the resignation of Pinal County Elections Director David Frisk.

“During Arizona’s primary elections, the RNC and Republican Party of Arizona’s poll observer program documented and reported multiple failures by Pinal County’s Elections Administrator, including 63,000 mail-in ballots delivered to the wrong voters and multiple Republican-heavy precinct locations running out of ballots,” the statement read. “This is a comprehensive failure that disenfranchises Arizonans and exemplifies why Republican-led efforts for transparency at the ballot box are so important. Pinal County Elections Director David Frisk should resign immediately.”

Former Acting Director of the United States National Intelligence Richard Grenell also noted that there was something fishy with the way the results of the voting were being treated, tracing it back to Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who is running for state Governor as a Democrat.

Americans were none too pleased with how everything was shaking out in Arizona:


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