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Caroline Wren — a senior adviser to Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake — believes Gov. Doug Ducey should call a special session of the legislature to pass election reform legislation, given the mass alleged voter disenfranchisement that took place during the midterm elections in Maricopa County.
Seventy of the county’s 223 polling locations experienced ballot tabulator problems on Election Day, with multiple locations reporting two-hour-long lines and more.
“War Room” podcast host Steve Bannon asked Wren to comment on the “fiasco” in Maricopa County (which includes the Phoenix metropolitan area).
“The disenfranchisement of Republican voters is very alarming,” Wren said.
“People shouldn’t have to go on this half-day odyssey to be able to vote,” she continued. “Can you imagine if this was reversed and Election Day voters favored Democrats and the machines failed in Detroit and Philadelphia and Brooklyn?”
“It would be the top news story everywhere in the country,” Wren said.
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