The closer it gets to election day, more tricks will be unveiled. In Florida, some voters are receiving calls telling them that they can now vote by phone because of a new law. That is false. And now, in Maricopa County, Arizona, attached to voter registration cards is a document which falsely claims in Spanish that the upcoming election will take place on November 8th, however, the English translation gives the correct date: November 6th.
The document, which was attached to updated voter registration cards that were requested in person, lists the general election date as Nov. 8 in Spanish. An English translation on the document lists the correct date, Nov. 6.
“It’s an honest mistake. Between the time the voter [who caught the mistake] came in to our front counter to get her card and we were notified of the error, the mistake had been corrected,” said Yvonne Reed, spokesperson for the Maricopa County Department of Elections.
When Maricopa County, Arizona claims it was an ‘accident’, one should second guess their assertion.
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