AZ Sen. Wendy Rogers Reveals Her Eight-Point Plan to Implement More Integrity in U.S. Elections: ‘Too Easy!’

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Arizona state Senator Wendy Rogers introduced, what she considers to be, an ‘easy’ way to implement more integrity in the U.S. election system that appears to have lost the confidence of millions of Americans following the 2020 election.

Sen. Rogers — who recently helped form a 50-state Election Integrity Caucus — unveiled her eight-point plan in a recent Twitter post.

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“Paper ballots only. One day of voting. National holiday. Encrypted watermarks. Easy forensic audits. Counting by precinct only. No absentee except military & disabled – they have to be requested each election individually with voter ID. Voter ID for voting in person. Too easy!” Sen. Rogers tweeted.

Moments later, Arizona GOP Chairwoman Dr. Kelli Ward gave her stamp of approval to Sen. Rogers idea, as she replied, ”

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Sen. Wendy Rogers Gets Her Election Integrity Plan Endorsed By AZ GOP Chair Dr. Kelli Ward

In ending, here’s a video of a recent interview Sen. Rogers had with Dr. Jason Dean of BraveTV, where she discussed election integrity and her effort to decertify Arizona’s election results: