NO Voting Machines in Arizona-Enact SCR 1037 Now!
Arizona State Lawmakers passed SCR 1037, a legally binding Resolution enshrined and enforced by the Constitution granting the legislature of each state ‘plenary powers’ under Article 1, Section 4, Clause 1, which provides ‘complete and absolute power to take action, with no limitations’ as it relates to the “times, places, and manner” of state administered federal elections.
Arizona’s State Governor and Secretary of State are attempting to circumvent the constitutional ‘plenary’ authority of the legislature to set all policy related to elections and falsely claim this Resolution is 'non-binding', which would only be true if it was a resolution unrelated to election policy.
On May 22nd, Senator Borrelli sent an official letter to the heads of the 15 counties responsible for conducting local elections, notifying them that “no electronic voting systems in the state of Arizona may be used as the primary method for conducting, counting, tabulating, or verifying federal elections, unless those systems meet the requirements set forth in SCR 1037”.
Call on Your County Board of Supervisors to immediately implement SCR 1037 including restoring conventional paper ballot, hand count elections!