State Sen. Sonny Borrelli: Over 21,000 Ballots in Five-Percent Sample Appear Illegally Cast in Maricopa County’s 2020 Election

State Sen. and Majority Whip Sonny Borrelli (R-Havasu City) announced on Friday during a presentation that he has discovered at least 21,202 ballots were likely illegally cast during the 2020 election in Maricopa County. A group of concerned citizens he has been working with examined five percent of the voter registration records from Maricopa County residents who voted, and discovered that 1,298 ballots were cast by dead voters and 17,822 were mismatched ballots, along with thousands of other statutory discrepancies. Joe Biden was declared the winner of Arizona’s 11 electoral college votes by 10,457 – or 0.3 percent – of the votes cast.

Borrelli said the findings, which “are just the tip of the iceberg” and include many “Class 2 misdemeanors,” will be presented to the new legislature next session. He said, “This is even more of a reason for Prop. 309 to pass, despite the county recorder saying no.”

Borrelli was referring to the comprehensive election integrity measure on the ballot this fall, Arizonans for Voter ID, and taking a dig at Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer. The Arizona Attorney General’s Office is looking into whether Richer allegedly used government resources to oppose Prop. 309. Richer started his own PAC for GOP election-fraud deniers.

The Arizona secretary of state’s office – led by Democrat Katie Hobbs – canceled 1,400 voter registrations prior to the 2020 election because the voters had died. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich previously issued an opinion stating that counties must keep up with deaths, canceling voter registrations in as close to real time as possible.

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