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Katie Hobbs Caught Soliciting Out-of-State Votes from Outdated Voter Rolls

'We should be off the voter rolls. So how did she get my address? ... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) A Super PAC associated with Arizona Secretary of State and Democrat gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs has been caught attempting to secure the votes of out-of-state voters by sending campaign material to many who do not even live in Arizona.

One former Arizona resident even received Hobbs campaign advertisements sent directly to his new Missouri address from the pro-Hobbs Solutions for Arizona PAC, the Western Journal reported.

“[W]e sent signed certification to the State of Arizona not long after we registered to vote in MO, confirming that we were no longer Arizona voters,” he noted.

“My first thought when I got that was, we confirmed to the state of Arizona right after we moved here [last fall] that we were now registered to vote in Missouri,” the former Arizonan said before wondering just how Democrats in Arizona have gotten his contact information.

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“We should be off the voter rolls. So how did she get my address? And if we’re still on the voter rolls, we’re registered as Republicans, so why did she send a Republican a card to vote for a straight Democrat ticket?” he asked.

All of these problems could be solved by in-person voting, with the presentation of a photo identification, but this has been decried as racist and fascist by the Left.

Hobbs is caught in a deadlock race with former Fox News anchor Republican Kari Lake for the Arizona governorship despite refusing flat-out to debate Lake and failing to run a serious campaign.

“I have no desire to be a part of the spectacle that she’s looking to create,” Hobbs said when asked to describe why she would not debate Lake. “Because that doesn’t do any service to the voters of Arizona to hear from us, where we stand on the issues and how we would govern.”

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The secretary of state has also taken advantage of big corporate backers like the National Football League, who are threatening to boycott the state of Arizona if Lake wins.

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