Voters who showed up in a heavily Republican district in Maricopa County, Arizona were told they would not be able to vote. They took their names and phone numbers and told them they would call when the machines were fixed.
What they weren’t told is that they could vote at a different polling place. Voters assigned to the Polling Place at 2031 N. Arizona Ave in Gila Precinct to use the Chandler City Hall Vote Center, at 175 S. Arizona Ave. No one was called back. Why weren’t the Republican voters told they could vote at another location? Do you really need to ask?
100 Percent Fed Up reported:
This morning, when the voting polls opened at the Queen Creek Library in the heavily Republican-leaning southeast valley of Maricopa County in AZ, voters were met with some surprising news— the only two printers designated for printing their ballots were both broken.
Jake Hoffman, the local Republican Party chairman, was notified by a voter, that between 150-200 voters were asked to write their names on a piece of scratch paper, along with their cell phone numbers, and wait for a text message or call that would inform them of when the ballot printers were functioning, so they could come back again to vote.
According to at least one voter, the voters were NOT being told of another location they could go to vote.
In addition to the issues with the only two printers available at the Queen Creek Library location, this morning, a half hour after the polls had already opened, Fontes tweeted a message to voters in the Gila Precinct, to let them know that they need to vote at another location, “due to building access issues”.
They just found out about this on the morning of the election?
— 100% FED UP! (@100PercFEDUP) November 6, 2018
UPDATE: We are advising voters assigned to the Polling Place at 2031 N. Arizona Ave in Gila Precinct to use the Chandler City Hall Vote Center, at 175 S. Arizona Ave, Chandler due to building access issues. We will keep you posted. #Vote #ElectionDay
— Adrian Fontes (@RecorderFontes) November 6, 2018