The Hobbs Effect: Maricopa County Voters Facing Long Lines, Being Forced To Travel To Multiple Voting Locations

November 8, 2022

Polling locations across Maricopa County are experiencing massive lines and wait times due to the voting machine errors that are happening at 20% of polling locations.

The Gateway Pundit reported this morning that tabulators across Maricopa County are not working, and voters are being told to place their ballots in a separate bin to be counted later on.


This seems to be only happening in Republican areas.

Now, Republicans who are experiencing these issues at the polls are being disenfranchised with extremely long lines and wait times.

A voter at the Cave Creek Townhall sent a photo of the lines wrapped around the building to The Gateway Pundit.

Charlie Kirk and TPUSA COO Tyler Bowyer reported on these issues for other voters across the county.

In Suprise, AZ, a Patriot videotaped the long lines down the street.

Another picture from Lake Havasu shows how long the lines are in rural Arizona, outside Maricopa County.

Charlie Kirk reported that rural turnout is historic in this election.

At 9 am, the lines in Scottsdale, Arizona, were also trailing out of the polls.

Another location in Chandler, Arizona, looked like it was almost 100 people long and wrapping around the sidewalk.

Maricopa County is seeing historic voter turnout, and the Republicans are expected to sweep the entire ticket.

This is why the machines are “malfunctioning.” They knew we would win on election day and that Republicans were banking on election day turnout.

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