Arizonans for Hand-Count Elections!
Arizona's Attorney General Kris Mayes is threatening County Supervisors who dare consider conducting a conventional hand-count election instead of voting machines, tabulators, and electronic devices as permitted in state law.
Last year, the Arizona State Legislature passed a binding resolution SCR 1037 which requires all County Supervisors to restore conventional hand count elections and ban all voting machines, tabulators, and electronic devices.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors first stepped up to the call to enact SCR1037, however, SOS Mayes made strong threats falsely claiming hand count elections are unlawful in the state.
Mayes filed criminal charges against Cochise County Supervisors for allegedly delaying the canvassing and certification of the 2022 election despite filing by the imposed deadline.
Restore Conventional Hand-Count Elections in Arizona! Call on all State County Supervisors, Election Officials, and State Lawmakers to stand behind Mohave and Cochise County Supervisors, demand the Attorney General drop all charges against Cochise County Supervisors, and support a resolution that unequivocally recognizes the authority of County Supervisors to elect conventional hand count elections today!