Arizona citizens reject the midterm election process prior to final ballot counts and certification – proving the call for a transparent, analog redo of the election is independent of candidates, parties, or final results.

[Denver, Colorado November 15, 2022] –  Today, an open letter authored by “Arizona Citizens” addressed to Arizona election officials is being circulated through a variety of primarily online channels.  The three part letter outlines the case to conduct a new election, how the Arizona citizens want the election to be conducted, dates, and most importantly what the state and the election officials can expect if the will of the people is not respected.

The tone of the demand letter is firm, clear, and peaceful. The first paragraph of the letter is a clear vote of no confidence in the current election process by calling out the incompetence of Arizona election officials and Secretary of State Katie Hobbes based on their track record of botched elections starting in 2020.   

The second paragraph in the letter outlines the analog election process by which the Arizona citizens want the new election to be used.  It’s a simplified voting process that mirrors how France conducts their elections.  Most notably is the removal of mail-in ballots, and all electronic voting equipment.  Essentially, Arizona citizens demand to return to how elections were conducted prior to universal mail-in ballots and electronic voting equipment.

The first-of-its-kind letter out of Arizona wraps with key dates where citizens expect a response by Arizona election officials. The first deadline is for election officials to agree to conduct a new, transparent midterm election. The second deadline for the state election officials is the date Arizona citizens expect the new election to take place.  

Consequences of non-compliance are clear. Arizona can expect citizens to “peacefully descend” on the state, suggesting they will not leave until a legitimate election is conducted.

It’s expected that Arizona election officials will balk by citing rules and statutes to create a range of technicalities in order to create excuses for not being able to conduct a new election.  Based on the letter, it appears that Arizona citizens will not accept anything but a new election. 

Operational concerns like ADA voting laws and ballot printing are easily accommodated with the traditional voting plan.  In the past, bi partisan election judges would go to the ADA voters and assist them with completing their ballots.  Printing ballots has an easy solve considering ballots are already formatted and can be printed on-demand at voting centers. Voters receive ballots once they present valid voter i.d. 

The message the Arizona voters have sent is that any “challenges” that arise with the new election can be addressed by referencing how elections have been legally, and transparently run in the past.  

The letter sign-off includes a hashtag obviously designed for social media. As of the writing of this press release social media avatars are being changed to the Arizona state flag presumably showing solidarity for Arizona citizens and their call for a new election.

Below is a copy of the letter sent to USEIP.



  1. Thank you Holly I shared this with the Boulder county Republicans. Do you want to see some of the replies I get Thank you Greg


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