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Liz Harris says despite winning her AZ House race, '...we need to hold a new election immediately'

Updated: Nov 25, 2022

Larry Kaifesh this week sat down with Liz Harris, who won her election in Arizona's Legislative District 13 and recently issued a statement on Instagram and the campaign website pledging that she would not vote on any bill because she believes Republicans were deprived of a fair election.

"Although I stand to win my Legislative District race it has become obvious that we need to hold a new election immediately," Harris said in the statement.

"There are clear signs of foul play from machine malfunctions, chain of custody issues and just blatant mathematical impossibilities. How can a Republican State Treasurer receive more votes than a Republican Gubernatorial or Senate candidate?"

Liz Harris has been a strong proponent of transparency and fair elections since 2020.

"I call on all state legislators to join me in demanding a new election," Harris said. "I will now be withholding my vote on any bills in this session without this new election in protest to what is clearly a potential fraudulent election."

Liz Harris in the 2020 election cycle launched a big grassroots effort that turned up about 173,000 “lost” votes and 96,000 “ghost votes” in a door-to-door canvassing campaign launched to expose the fraud that occurred in her state. Watch the Entire Interview Here at Rumble.

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