Pima County administrator asserts election verification is a crime

Richard Hernandez
Richard Hernandez

Arizona Daily Independent

In the October 6th meeting of the Pima County Board of Supervisors, election integrity was questioned again by COVE, due in part to the controversy surrounding the Oro Valley recall election. During the Call to the Audience portion of the meeting, residents demanded a hand count audit of the upcoming election.

Leaders from the COVE group (Citizens Oversight for Verifiable Elections), Audit-AZ and residents addressed the issues related to the electronic voting process and the many creative ways to cheat the system by actively changing the vote count. Proponents of a hand count audit pointed the recent Volkswagen emissions testing scandal that made national news.


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