There’s a new video of a polling place in Mesa, Arizona where voters are being turned away from voting because the voting machines are malfunctioning.
Voting machines are malfunctioning all over Maricopa County, as we’ve already reported today. But this is the first time we’ve seen voters being turned away, at least according to the woman recording the video.
She does say that voters are being sent to a different location to vote at the end of the clip.
Here’s the video:
Ok Central Christian voting station in Mesa on Lindsey and Brown the machines are broken, we got turned away! Unacceptable!! @stephen_richer @maricopacounty @katiehobbs @KariLake @bgmasters @charliekirk11 @tylerbowyer pic.twitter.com/VndP51P64x
— aleahall (@aleahall) November 8, 2022
CNN did a quick segment on Maricopa County this morning, saying that the issue has to do with passwords being entered too many times or something. They say it’s a technical glitch.
But officials want to assure everyone that their vote will be counted and that no one will be disenfranchised…
CNN on Maricopa County, AZ, tabulation issue:
“Teams are taking those problem ballots to the county’s election center where they will be counted…No one is being disenfranchised. All those votes, all those ballots will be counted.” pic.twitter.com/WXZ8mI7w6x
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 8, 2022
What a mad house it is in Arizona!