“They started with this ballot-on-demand printer model in 2018,” Swoboda told host Leyla Gulen on the Grand Canyon Times Podcast. “It got worse in 2021 when they added the vote centers, and now it’s catastrophic.”
“So anyone in Maricopa County can show up anywhere and vote,” Swoboda said. “Well, that means I can’t have pre-ordered ballots for my specific voters, I don’t know the fire district, I don’t know the school district, I don’t know the water district for that voter.”
Listen to the full interview here.