How NOT to Vote in the November 5, 2024 Election in Arizona: Part 2

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Editors’ Note: The mail-in ballots for the Arizona Presidential Primary were mailed out last week and landed in your mail by week’s end. Please read this article (Part 1) and the following article (Part 2) of How NOT to Vote in the November 5, 2024 Election in Arizona. The bottom line is this: DON’T WAIT to vote!! Open your mail-in ballot now, make your choice(s), sign and seal the green envelope and get the ballot to the post office ASAP. The instructions and reasons to vote now and do so intelligently are below in Part 1 and 2. Consider the Arizona Presidential Primary vote a dry run (and a very important one) for the critical general election in November. Please do not delay. You can follow your ballot with the links in Part 2 to be sure that your signature verification is done and your ballot is counted with the choice(s) you intend.

The United States and Arizona election systems are broken. The last several election cycles have demonstrated the defects in the electoral system and defined the Democrat project to increase large numbers of favorable and questionable ballots and not actual, legitimate votes by citizens of our state and our nation.

Increasing numbers of illegal aliens vote across the country, especially after the last three years of intentional destruction of our borders by the current Administration. Without restating all the proofs and data indicating what has gone wrong with election integrity across America, what can the Arizona voting citizen do to not lose his or her ballot being honestly counted and expressing each legitimate citizen’s choice of how we are to be governed? Project this critical question to millions of votes cast in primary and general elections and the question of election integrity becomes very clear.

Until the state of Arizona once again becomes red in future election cycles, i.e., governed by those who strive to conserve (as in ‘conservatism’) the Founders’ foundational vision of representative government with honest elections, we must use the existing election system to win elections and thwart the dangerous leftist intention of Obama’s “fundamental transformation of America” with a permanent ruling elite and evolution of a Marxist-like governing class.

How do we do this? For brevity, the following recommendations hopefully will block or reduce the dangerous election manipulations that have occurred in the past three Arizona (and U.S.) election cycles.

  • 80% of Arizona ballots are cast by Mail-In-Voting. In Maricopa County, that figure is 90%.The Democrat focus is on the number of ballots cast and how they are counted rather than legitimate votes cast. They have rallied their voters to cast their votes by mailing in ballots early after receipt. By election day, Democrats can be 700,000 votes ahead in Arizona elections. ‘Proud’ Republicans who insist on voting on ‘Election Day’ in person are far behind already in state and national races. Witnessing the terrible performance of polling stations and incompetent voting mechanics in Maricopa County and elsewhere in Arizona in 2022, confidence for in-person voting on Election Day in Arizona should be zero, nada. Until the traditional voting methods are reestablished someday when political and Legislative power is capable of doing so, you should vote by mail in Arizona. If not already a mail-in voter, see the instructions below to get on the Active Mail-In Voting List (AEVL) and do so ASAP.
  • Voting by mail in Arizona means filling our your ballot early within days of receiving it at your address, ascertaining that the envelope is properly signed and then delivering it to your post office. Do not wait– fill it out, sign it and mail it at your post office. Proof of the ballot being received, your signature being verified, and your vote actually counted is your responsibility as a citizen of Arizona and America. Remember – you can be and  You Are Your Own Poll Watcher.
  • DON’T BE A STUPID VOTER– what does this mean? DO NOT BRING YOUR GREEN MAIL-IN BALLOT ENVELOPE TO A POLLING STATION ON ELECTION DAY TO DROP OFF IN A BOX FOR FUTURE (YES, FUTURE) COUNTING. Hundreds of thousands of Arizona voters do this and it feeds corruption of the ballot counting throughout Arizona, especially in Maricopa County. Since the 2018 Arizona election, we have seen election reversals of Republican winners in the days and weeks after the announced results on the night of the actual election date. If you ‘drop off your mail-in ballot’ on election day at the polling station your vote will not be included in the evening results of the general election on November 5th or on the March 19th primary. THAT IS STUPID. When or if it is honestly counted for the final election results cannot be relied on. Ballot manipulation is the Democrat game. Don’t play it. Even better, don’t vote on election day in Arizona – vote by mail early and follow your ballot until you know that it is received, your signature verified and your vote counted. To follow your mail-in ballot and ascertain that your vote is counted after submitting it, see below.

How to be on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) in Arizona if you are not on it already:

For a registered voter to move on to the AEVL, use this site to change your registration to the Active Early Voting List online or to obtain the form to submit a written AEVL request. Sign the document that you filled out, then mail, fax, or email a scanned copy or photo of your handwritten request to your County Recorder’s Office.

How to follow your Mail-In Ballot in Arizona to ascertain receipt by your County Recorder election center, your signature verification and the counting of your vote:

After you have mailed in your Early Ballot (very soon after you receive it), follow your ballot at the following linkhttps://my.arizona.vote/AbsenteeTracker.aspx. This site gives each Arizona voter throughout the state the ability to follow his or her ballot and to ascertain that the vote you have cast has been legitimately counted. Information about your early mail-in ballot should be available within days of mailing it in.

Voters can also sign up for  text messages and email alerts as part of the ballot-by-mail/early ballot tracking service. To sign up, visit trackmyballot.azsos.gov.

The Arizona citizen voter is strongly encouraged to use these two links and the services provided. As a responsible citizen, don’t forget – You Are Your Own Poll WatcherYou want an honest election? IT STARTS WITH YOU using the existing system smartly and consistently until we can reform the system for real confidence in future elections.

About John R. Ammon 2 Articles
John Ammon is a writer for The Prickly Pear. The mission of The Prickly Pear is to inform and educate the public and those in the governing and public policy arenas about current and critical issues impacting Arizonans and Americans. Advocacy of citizen responsibilities and political and regulatory leadership must be truthful, aggressive and fearless.

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  1. Thanks for the link! I am now early voting and would suggest all republicans get on board.

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