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#SharpieGate goes to court, Fontes calls it ‘hoo hah’

A new lawsuit late November 4 charges that ballots are being invalidated because voters are using Sharpies – exactly what they are told to use by Maricopa County election officials. Attorney Alexander Kolodin claims that Laurie Aguilera showed up at her polling place on Election Day and was provided with that marker. He said Aguilera noticed ...

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