Arizona Legislators To Hear Presentation From True The Vote, Group Behind 2000 Mules Movie

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On Tuesday, May 31, 2022, True the Vote investigators will present findings of ballot harvesting in Yuma and Maricopa Counties to Arizona State Senate and House members.

“The claims made in the movie 2000 Mules are pretty incredible, and it is important that Arizona follows up on this information,” said Sen. Kelly Townsend, the chair of the Senate Elections Committee. “It has come to my attention that the Attorney General may not have requested the video footage of the drop boxes in Maricopa County, which concerns me. I put in a request for the video footage myself in order to fact-check what we are hearing. I look forward to asking questions next week and I hope that we get to the bottom of this issue so that we can restore voter confidence. However, we have a long way to go in order to do that.”

The presentation is scheduled to begin at 3:00 p.m., and last until 4:30 p.m..

True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and elections investigator Gregg Phillips will join Sen. Townsend, Senate President Karen Fann, Majority Leader Rick Gray, Sen. Sine Kerr, Sen. Nancy Barto, Rep. Shawnna Bolick, Rep. Tim Dunn, Rep. Walt Blackman, and Rep. Quang Nguyen.

There have been several arrests in Yuma County related to ballot harvesting.

The arrests came about after two Yuma men – Gary Snyder and David Lara – set up a hidden camera in hopes of uncovering ballot abuse long suspected to be occurring in their county. Video evidence Snyder and Lara turned over to the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office was forwarded by local officials to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.

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