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RLDSC FAN
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Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona

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“An Arizona Republic analysis of voting patterns, especially in Maricopa County, shows a simpler reason: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates.”

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“The surprising strength of Democratic candidates in the three highest-profile races does not seem to be attributable to Republicans just skipping the GOP option on their ballot in greater numbers than typically happens. Many voted for the Democrats.”

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“Turnout in the two Democratic-leaning congressional districts with outsized Hispanic populations in Maricopa County was 23 percentage points lower than it was elsewhere in the county.”


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LSUAngelHere1
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
Surrrrre…..


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GeauxLSUGeaux
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
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“An Arizona Republic analysis of voting patterns, especially in Maricopa County, shows a simpler reason: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates.”




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Asusundevil23
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
AZ Repugnant is the Washington Post or Atlantic of AZ. It has a pathetic circulation of <500k. It's a joke.


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moneyg
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
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“The surprising strength of Democratic candidates in the three highest-profile races does not seem to be attributable to Republicans just skipping the GOP option on their ballot in greater numbers than typically happens. Many voted for the Democrats.”


uh...that screams tabulation error or adjudication error.


tigerpimpbot
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
That’s what the leftists really believe because confirmation bias.


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LouisianaLonghorn
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
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uh...that screams tabulation error or adjudication error.


Yep. Why would any Republican in their right mind vote for Katie Hobbs?


RockyMtnTigerWDE
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona


What a crock of shite


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G2160
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
The republican who ran for treasurer (and won) received more votes than any senate, governor, or AG candidate.


TeddyKJB
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
I'm sure all those R's love having their borders flooded with illegal aliens ! and want to see it continue.


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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
Election was stolen. Outright.


David_DJS
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
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Election was stolen. Outright.

I want to believe this. I voted for Lake and Masters. I think it was imperative that Lake won the governorship.

I've followed the election controversies. I live in Maricopa county. None of the arguments made so far for a "steal" stand up to base level scrutiny. I'm not suggesting there wasn't cheating - I hope there was because I don't want to believe what the alternative would mean. What I'm arguing is - nobody has provided evidence or even an argument that explains how the election was stolen, and I don't understand why that's the case two weeks after polls closed.
This post was edited on 11/23 at 1:27 pm


doubleb
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
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want to believe this. I voted for Lake and Masters. I think it was imperative that Lake won the governorship. I've followed the election controversies. I live in Maricopa county. None of the arguments made so far for a "steal" stand up to base level scrutiny. I'm not suggesting there wasn't cheating - I hope there was because I don't want to believe what the alternative would mean. What I'm arguing is - nobody has provided evidence or even an argument that explains how the election was stolen, and I don't understand why that's the case two weeks after polls closed.


Maybe there are irregularities, but rampant cheating didn’t exist?


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LSUBALLER
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
He meant many Republicans who voted Republican had their vote counted Democrat.


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LSUAngelHere1
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
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want to believe this. I voted for Lake and Masters. I think it was imperative that Lake won the governorship. I've followed the election controversies. I live in Maricopa county. None of the arguments made so far for a "steal" stand up to base level scrutiny. I'm not suggesting there wasn't cheating - I hope there was because I don't want to believe what the alternative would mean. What I'm arguing is - nobody has provided evidence or even an argument that explains how the election was stolen, and I don't understand why that's the case two weeks after polls closed.

Seriously? It sounds like you don’t want to believe it.

Suppression. Thousands weren’t able to vote bc of all the issues. Many came back multiple times. Some spent all day bc they were sent on wild goose chases going to different precincts only to get to the 4th place and be told they can’t vote there. Many just gave up at that point bc it was obvious the govt was going to make it next to impossible to vote. Many spent over 5hrs waiting to vote but had to pick up children at school or go to work.

That’s not including the thousands who did get to vote but the ink was too light and kept getting rejected. They refused to leave it in a box for these corrupt a-holes to adjudicate and kept waiting for the problems to be fixed.

It’s hard to comprehend how you couldn’t be aware of this when people across the country have listened and read all the stories from those who suffered legit voter suppression.
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idlewatcher
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
This is called justification phase


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BigMob
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
Whatever gets you through the night


Tmcgin
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
Didn’t want Trump stink on them ?


David_DJS
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
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Suppression. Thousands weren’t able to vote bc of all the issues. Many came back multiple times. Some spent all day bc they were sent on wild goose chases going to different precincts only to get to the 4th place and be told they can’t vote there. Many just gave up at that point bc it was obvious the govt was going to make it next to impossible to vote. Many spent over 5hrs waiting to vote but had to pick up children at school or go to work.

I live here. I voted. And I'm telling you that if you believe what you posted here, you simply do not know what you're talking about.

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It’s hard to comprehend how you couldn’t be unaware of this when people across the country have listened and read all the stories from those who suffered legit voter suppression.

You should really think about this. Think hard. And also ask yourself, do you believe it's only on the Left that constituents are gaslighted?

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It sounds like you don’t want to believe it.

I really doesn't matter what something sounds like to you. I am saying that I absolutely want to believe this election was stolen because I live in this state and think Katie Hobbs will be a disaster, and Lake would have been lightyears better.


Mickey Goldmill
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re: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates in Arizona
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Suppression. Thousands weren’t able to vote bc of all the issues. Many came back multiple times. Some spent all day bc they were sent on wild goose chases going to different precincts only to get to the 4th place and be told they can’t vote there. Many just gave up at that point bc it was obvious the govt was going to make it next to impossible to vote. Many spent over 5hrs waiting to vote but had to pick up children at school or go to work.


First off, you’re guessing that it’s “thousands.” Secondly, issues with voting lines and wait times happen in every single election in the country. Y’all just never cared about it before now.

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That’s not including the thousands who did get to vote but the ink was too light and kept getting rejected. They refused to leave it in a box for these corrupt a-holes to adjudicate and kept waiting for the problems to be fixed.


Didn’t see this story, but if what you said is true, sounds like they still got to vote.


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