domingo, febrero 25

Yuma County residents want to prevent ballot harvesting during Primary Elections this Tuesday

YUMA, Arizona- Residents from Yuma and San Luis will be busy volunteering to prevent and detect any ballot harvesting on polling places during the Primary Elections this Tuesday, August 2, 2022.
Arizona Senate Republican candidate Gary Garcia Snyder along with businessman David Lara revealed to an independent radio station in Arizona that they utilized hidden cameras to record ballot harvesting incidents at two San Luis polling stations on Aug. 4, 2020, which was primary election day, and they want to do the same this time since they know for sure election fraud is real in Yuma.
Among those seen on the video dropping off more than their one personal ballot were Guillermina Fuentes, a member of the Gadsden Elementary School District board in San Luis, and resident Alma Yadira Juarez. Both women have been indicted on a Class 6 felony of ballot abuse for allegedly collecting four ballots which were later processed and counted by the Yuma County Recorder, he said, and they both have pleaded guilty.
The videos recorded by Garcia Snyder and David Lara were featured in the documentary “2000 Mules” made by True the Vote, an independent elections integrity group who exposed the nationwide ballot trafficking ring that they said stole the 2020 election.
Garcia Snyder thinks the recent announcement made by the Arizona Republican Party that will offer up to two $50,000 rewards for information about or evidence of vote buying in the 2022 Arizona primary election is a proof Lara and he set a precedent in Yuma.
“David has more than 22 years trying to educate local residents in South Yuma County that elections fraud has been happening for decades, but he could not document it in the past”, he said, “but last elections I helped David and were able to record with cell phones the very moment these women committed this felony.”
Vote Center locations will be open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Arizona Republican Party said any information and/or evidence of vote buying or election fraud can be sent to
Anyone willing to volunteer or report any issue related to election fraud can contact Garcia Snyder via text message at (928) 257-7290.

Garcia Snyder and Arizona Attorney Mark Brnovich are fighting to prevent elections fraud.