Maricopa County has announced that they have found the solution to the problem with their voting tabulators. Since the early morning hours of Election Day, voters have experienced issues with Maricopa County's tabulator machines, with one polling worker revealing that around 25 percent of ballots were being rejected.
"Maricopa County has identified the solution for the tabulation issues at about 60 Vote Centers. This solution has worked at 17 locations, and technicians deployed throughout the county are working to resolve this issue at the remaining locations."
According to local news, Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates said, "It appears that some of our printers were not producing dark enough timing marks on the ballot, and we’ve been able to implement this solution already at about 17 of the locations."
Gates' remarks come after Arizona Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer apologized for the voter tabulation problems in his county.
"I am very sorry for any voter who has been frustrated or inconvenienced today in Maricopa County," Richer wrote. "Every legal vote will be tabulated. I promise."
"Broadly speaking, the County Recorder is responsible for voter registration and early voting," Richer said.
"The Board of Supervisors has now identified the problem and has begun fixing affected voting locations," Richer added.
Richer then advised voters do two things: go to a different voting location or "place the ballot in 'door 3'"
"This secure ballot box is retrieved by bipartisan workers at the end of the day," Richer said, adding that it is tabulated using the same "methodology" of early voting.
Charlie Kirk, in a conversation with Jack Posobiec on Monday, advised voters in Arizona not to use "box 3."
"Do not trust them with that," Kirk said.
Speaking with Kirk on Tuesday, Turning Point Action Chief Operating Officer Tyler Bowyer revealed that misprinted ballots may be to blame for ongoing voting machine issues in Maricopa County, Arizona.
"If you go in and you check in and your ballot isn’t scanning you need to ask them for another print," Bowyer explained. "I just experienced it myself. I personally just went and requested a ballot."
Bowyer explained that his ballot had been misprinted, and that "it was so blotchy from the printer that the scanner could not read it."
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