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Faith & Liberty is continuing to sound the alarm about concerns over election integrity. The group pointed out that with Republican electoral college voters meeting and voting for President Donald J. Trump in multiple swing states, this has “officially” become a contested election.

On Monday, the Arizona Senate held another meeting centered around concerns of election fraud. About 3,000 to 4,000 of the “federal-only” voters in Arizona never proved citizenship. With about a 10,500-vote difference, those ballots represent 38 percent of the margin.

“But there are also serious concerns of dead people voting, ballots duplicated improperly and other issues dealing with up to 700,000 ballots,” Faith & Liberty said.

In addition, the meeting revealed that the same individuals who are responsible for maintaining the voter rolls had lobbied against cleaning up the voter lists.

State Rep. Mark Finchem issued a call to withhold the state’s electoral votes for Biden because he believes there is enough significant evidence of fraud to invalidate the state’s votes.

In Pennsylvania, more than 680,000 mail-in votes were counted without any GOP oversight. Pennsylvania also added information to ballots after they came into the registrar’s office to make the ballot valid, which is an illegal practice as well.

“Yet, most Democrat-controlled areas had a system designed to skirt this law,” Faith & Liberty said. “The fact is that ‘voters were treated differently in Pennsylvania, depending on the county.'”

Author: Jacob Hall