Maricopa County primary election day ballot returns by party.
As The Gateway Pundit reported earlier —
Despite Only 17% Democrat Turnout on Election Day – Katie Hobbs and Democrats Are Winning Over 50% of Maricopa County Election Day Totals
On Election night at 8 PM Uplift Data released its final hourly results on the Arizona and Maricopa County elections.
Throughout the election cycle, Uplift posted the latest updates on mail-in ballot counts on its website as ballots arrived in the weeks leading up to Election Day. This was a great tool for Democrats to understand the real-time results. On Election Day Uplift tracked the hourly reported results from precincts across Maricopa County.
When the polls closed at 8:00 PM MT Uplift released its final analysis from the day.
Maricopa County turnout numbers on Election Day at 8:00 PM:
Republicans received 52.7% of the vote.
“Other” received 30.7% of the vote.
Democrats received 16.6% of the vote.
The “other” category is likely independents leaning Republican and Republican voters who refuse to talk to liberal pollsters.
Here is the Uplift final count chart:
So, again, according to Uplift Data tracking service Republicans had 52.7% of the vote on Election Day.
Democrats had 16.6% of the vote on Election Day.
USA Today reported on Wednesday, Nov. 9 that Kari Lake won 70% of the Election Day vote.
Since Tuesday night Maricopa County has slow-walked their actual results to the press.
Katie Hobbs has won every ballot drop, except two, from Maricopa County since Tuesday extending her lead over Kari Lake by 34,000 votes.
Kari Lake won 51.8% of the 85,000 Maricopa ballots on Saturday night.
On Sunday, Kari Lake won 54% of the 97,000 Maricopa ballots on Sunday night.
Maricopa County election officials want you to believe that ALL of the independent voters on election day voted Democrat in Maricopa County.
BUT THAT IS NOT ALL—
80.0% of In-Person Voters in Maricopa County on Election Day Voted Republican – Only 23.4% Voted Democrat
Maricopa County had 106,588k voters show up Tuesday to vote in-person. Of those, a record breaking percentage voted for the GOP. In Arizona, anyone registered as an “Independent” can show up to the polls and request either a Republican, or Democrat ballot. In Tuesday’s Primary, 80.0% who voted in-person selected a Republican Party ballot. Only 20% used the Democrat ballot. The charts below provide various details.
As of April 2022, the makeup of active registered voters in Maricopa County is 34% Republican, 30% Democrat, and 34% Independents. Out of the 31,318 registered “Independents” that showed up, 73.95% asked for a Republican ballot. Only 23.4% asked for a Democrat ballot. That’s considered a BLOWOUT! In the right side graph below, the pink at the top are those “Independent” voters who asked poll workers for a Republican ballot. The dark red are registered Republicans.
The graphs in this story are a stunning for a couple reasons. They show incredible promise for Republicans in the 2022 General Election. But this data didn’t come from the GOP. It came come from the Democrat analytics organization called UpLift, formerly Saguaro Strategies. Every day leading up to election day, UpLift was tracking ballot returns in near real time, down the precinct level detail. They undoubtedly have very strategic data that helps Democrats influence elections.
Their head of operations posted dozens of charts on Twitter today that were updated hourly throughout the election. Graphs and charts posted on UpLift’s website displayed ballot returns as the Arizona election evolved over weeks, accurate to within hours. They use Tableau Software, a visual analytics company, which happens to be owned by Salesforce.com. They have offices in Berkley, D.C., Phoenix, and Detroit. Their data on Arizona mail-in ballot returns allow you to dissect voter participation by County, Congressional or Legislative districts, City, Party, Age, Gender, and so on.