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Arizona Voters Sue Election Officials Claiming Ballots Were 'Cancelled' Over Sharpies

The lawsuit details the case of Arizona resident Laurie Aguilera

 on 5th November 2020 @ 8.00pm
lawsuit filed by public interest legal foundation  pilf  which requests ballots be restored © press
Lawsuit filed by Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) which requests ballots be restored

Arizona voters have filed a lawsuit demanding their ballots be restored after claims they were canceled due to being given Sharpie markers to fill them out.

The lawsuit was filed by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) on Wednesday, requesting voter ballots to be restored.

The voters claim their ballots are subsequently canceled due to using Sharpie markers.

The lawsuit details the case of Arizona resident Laurie Aguilera, who was given a Sharpie market to fill out her ballot.

There have been warnings against using felt tip writing utensils for filling out ballots by State officials.

the lawsuit also states the ballot was not accepted and eventually canceled by the poll worker © press
The lawsuit also states the ballot was not accepted and eventually canceled by the poll worker.

According to the lawsuit, Aguilera was alarmed when the Sharpie ink bled out on the other side of her ballot.

Despite this, she was told to feed her ballot through the counting machine.

The lawsuit also states the ballot was not accepted and eventually canceled by the poll worker.

aguilera was alarmed when the sharpie ink bled out on the other side of her ballot © press
Aguilera was alarmed when the Sharpie ink bled out on the other side of her ballot

Aguilera was denied a replacement ballot after she requested another one.

PILF President J. Christian Adams said in a statement:

“These voters were denied the right to vote."

"Arizona election officials allegedly were part of the problem, and denial of the right to vote should not occur because of failures in the process of casting a ballot."

“We are asking that all ballots that were uncured or denied be identified and allowed to be cured,” Adams said.

The lawsuit also demands Arizona to allow voters who had their ballots canceled to be present when their ballots are handled and adjudicated.

The lawsuit was filed to the Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County.

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