Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Letter to Maricopa Board of Supervisors on Purchasing More Dominion Voting Machines

Editor, DL Mullan
Election / Audits


Maricopa Board of Supervisors:

Why in the world would this board be voting on renewing or buying such defunct machinery for our next election cycle? How would voting machines, be it Dominion, ES&S, or any other type, be acceptable after the debacle of the November 2020 elections?

Arizona is in the middle of a forensic audit that will tell us if the machines did indeed lead to fraud in our state’s election. Why would Maricopa buy machines before Arizona knows for certain if these voting machines are even safe and secure to use at all?

Until the Arizona Senate's subpoenas are fulfilled, there is no way I as a voter and taxpayer would approve of funding any type of voting machine. As far as I am concerned, each board member is complicit in the fraud these machines may have helped to create by their inactions. I do not want any more voting machines bought or used in our elections until Arizona can verify from router to programs to USB drives to adjudication to algorithms to modems that these machines are unhackable, unbiased, and unmanipulatible.

If the Senate's subpoenas are not complied with to the fullest extend of the law, immediately, I will contact the Senate President, Karen Fann to have each and everyone of the Maricopa Board of Supervisors ARRESTED for protecting private corporate interests in our elections instead of working for the voters and taxpayers of Maricopa County.

I am disabled. I count on you to do your jobs for the benefit of all Maricopa residents. You have failed and continue to fail to uphold the United State’s Constitution: One Person; One Vote.

When I vote, I do not want a precinct worker, corporation, organization, or government official making my choices for me. A concept the Maricopa Board of Supervisors have been unable to grasp in their quest to rebuff the Senate’s subpoena. You forget your place, supervisors. You failed to realize that the Senate Republicans did NOT ask for the forensic audit; I demanded of the Senate to commence such an action.

Me. A disabled Democrat (until 1/23/21). I switched to no party with the Secretary of State because of my disgust over party politics instead of doing the right thing. I demand that the auditors see the machines and the routers at once. I will not take no for an answer. I will be contacting the Arizona Senate to issue arrest warrants if these items are not handed over for review.

You had your private election. I want a private audit. Call it karma. 

If the Maricopa Board of Supervisors purchase any more voting machines, then I will see to it that whoever voted in favor of this idiocy is removed from office as soon as possible and held financially responsible.

Regards a voter and taxpayer in Maricopa County,

DL Mullan
Villa de Paz