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Trump supporters in Arizona refuse to explain plan to alternative voters

One said he felt justified in declaring himself a voter and attempting to award Arizona’s votes to former President Donald Trump in the 2020 election due to the unprecedented questions surrounding the how ballots were cast and counted.

Another said she thought signing the paperwork allowing her to vote for Trump in the Arizona Electoral College was just a back-up plan.

A third said he was fulfilling his duty as a voter.

But none would detail exactly how they and other official Trump voters came to sign a document that was sent to Congress with a false admission that they were Arizona’s official vote in the Electoral College.

This document and recent revelations from the congressional committee investigating the January 6 uprising raise new questions about how the group was organized and how the bogus document came into being.

USA Today

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