Former Arizona State Rep. Mark Finchem Creates ‘Inside Track’ to Support Election Integrity

Former Arizona state representative Mark Finchem has created a Substack account, called his “Inside Track,” to let patriots nationwide know about the ongoing fight for election integrity.

Finchem, who ran for Arizona secretary of state in 2022 and lost the election under incredibly dubious circumstances, wants to keep the American public up to date on the most important information they need to combat election fraud in their state.

Finchem’s first Substack post, “Are Electronic Election Systems Trustworthy?” lays out the ample evidence to show that electronic voting machines cannot be trusted.

“Today May 16, 2023, a real-time report out of Kentucky —primary election— that sounds like a repeat of Maricopa County AZ 2022. “Low turn out reported, ballot printers “jamming” in multiple voting centers, and E-Pollbooks not working.” Source Stephen Knipper, SoS Candidate. Notice much of this involves electronic equipment. Let’s see how the ballot tabulation scheme plays out. Will that too be a repeat? There are no coincidences,” Finchem wrote.

“Arizona and Kentucky experiences beg the question, so why would the Election Assistance Commission —EAC— loosen standards for election machinery as opposed to maintain or even heighten standards with the pervasive mistrust the American people have in elections? Rasmussen Reports say 62% of voters Sid it was likely when asked, “How likely is it that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election? Thanks to the deep-dive research of Gisela Aaron, in Pima County AZ, the EAC has been caught reducing “critical infrastructure” standards, which will exacerbate the level of distrust the voters have. More on this later this week,” he added.

Finchem believes that ongoing cases in Arizona will have ramifications that could impact electronic voting machines nationwide once the truth is made known.

“Here in Arizona, the cases in litigation for Kari Lake, Mark Finchem (in both state and federal courts) and Abe Hamadeh all involve electronic election software and equipment. All of the cases involve the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and Elections Office officials Scott Jarrett and Ray Valenzuela,” Finchem wrote. “The EAC is currently doing a revision of the Testing and Certification Program Manual, just In time for the 2024 election.”

Finchem will continue his relentless crusade for election integrity no matter the odds. Finchem is one of the leading advocates for the restoration of the U.S. Constitution. He will make sure that the crimes that happened during the 2022 midterms in Arizona are avenged, starting with an education campaign through his Substack.

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