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A throng of angry Arizona voters blasted the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday at its first public meeting since last week’s botched midterm elections.
Attendees expressed disgust at the numerous suspicious mishaps that occurred on Election Day, including widespread voting machine malfunctions and printers that spat out errors and rejected ballots.
“The election needs to be nullified because of the problems,” one woman said in a video “montage” of comments shared on Twitter by Nicole Grigg of KNXV-TV in Phoenix.
“There’s no other way to do this but to have another election — to completely scrap this,” a man said.
“We need ballots that are paper. It needs to be counted in one day,” another man said.
Another frustrated voter demanded to know: “Why were there ballots that were 19-inch in inventory — that were probably sent to Republican locations — that jammed the machines, when he knew that it took 20-inch [ballots]?
“Why were there even 19-inch ballots in inventory?”
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