A.J. LaFaro, the chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee in Arizona, tells Newsmax to expect cases of voter fraud during the November midterms, especially considering what he says he witnessed in the August primary there.
"Voter fraud will be committed because there's just too much at stake," LaFaro told J.D. Hayworth on "America's Forum" on Newsmax TV
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The Arizona Republican worked as a poll watcher, served on the count audit board, and approved the unofficial final election results during the Arizona primary in August, when he allegedly witnessed someone stuffing the ballot box with early ballots.
"What I saw on Aug. 25 at Maricopa County election headquarters where they process the ballots, early ballots and day of ballots was amazing to me," he explained.
"I was in the foyer of the county elections facility and the gentleman in the video, the 24-hour security video, came in with hundreds of ballots in that box and started stuffing them into the ballot box," he said.
"I can't repeat what the person said to me during that witnessing of his ballot stuffing," he added. "It was very rude, very vulgar, very nasty, very militant, and I was just shocked."
LaFaro told the Arizona Daily Independent
that he considered following the man to the parking lot to take down his license plate number, but that he "feared for my life."
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