Letter to Audit & Decertify the 2020 Election

Auditing the 2020 election, and any election, is the litmus test all state and federal elected officials (Representatives & Senators) should be subjected to verify if they stand with the people of America and the United States Constitution, or if they are beholden to globalist interests (or even worse, communism). Auditing an election should never be met with resistance or hesitation, and we must use this truth to test the ground those we elected stand on. Trust, but verify. The evidence of election fraud, to even cast doubt and destroy confidence in our electoral process, is abundant, obvious, documented, and known. Every state in the union was touched by fraud in the 2020 general election, and Americans clearly lack confidence in the process and systems of accountability. Is your elected representative or senator listening to your grievances? Where do they stand on election auditing and measures to strengthen election integrity? Our vote is more than our voice. Our vote is more than our choice. Our vote is symbolic of our God-given rights of freedom, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Has your elected representative or senator read and signed the letter of decertification initiated by Wendy Rogers of the state of Arizona? Are they aware of it’s existence? The following is that letter; it needs to go to every elected official. The American people need a clear understanding of where their elected officials stand on this matter. This is a time where the intentions of those in office has never been more clear, and the people have never been more watchful and active in holding them accountable. If your elected representative or senator is not on this list, a conversation needs to happen, and they need to clearly understand what they will lose in not following the will of their constituents.


Wendy Rogers introducing letter of decertification at AZ Senate Hearing for 2020 Election Audit (September 24, 2021).

MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
(February 10, 2022)

Subject: Letter from State Legislators to the American People Reference the 2020 Election

To the citizens of the United States of America,

We the undersigned state legislators of the United States are vested with the plenary power by our US Constitution (Article 2 Section 1Clause 2) to oversee the election of the president of the United States.

It has come to our attention from an audit of 2.1 million ballots in Arizona complimented by an in depth canvass of votes in Arizona, as well as through multiple different data reviews of voting by independent experts; that our representative republic suffered a corrupted 2020 election.

In addition to Arizona, sworn affidavits have accumulated from many states detailing rampant corruption and mismanagement in the election process. Fraud and inaccuracies have already been shown through multiple audits and canvasses in multiple states, as well as through lawsuits challenging the validity of election results in several counties in multiple states.

We have come to the conclusion that all 50 states need to be forensically audited. Voter rolls should be scrubbed with a canvass of the voters to ensure future integrity of our elections.

If results from these measures prove an inaccurate election was held, as has been shown in Arizona, and is being shown in many other states; then it is clear that certification of many electors was improperly rendered in January 2021 of the November 2020 United States presidential election.

We call on each state to decertify its electors where it has been shown the elections were certified prematurely and inaccurately.

If it is shown that either Joe Biden would receive fewer than 270 tallied electoral votes, or Donald Trump would receive more than 270 electoral votes, then we call for the US House of Representatives to convene and vote per the US Constitution by means of one vote per state to dsecide the rightful winner of the election in accordance with the constitutional process of choosing electors.

This is our historic obligation to restore the elctiono integrity of the vote as the bedrock of our constitutional  republic.

If we do not have accurate and fair elections, we do not have a country.

Signed,

  1. Senator Wendy Rogers, Arizona
  2. Senator Sonny Borrelli, Arizona
  3. Senator Kelly Townsend, Arizona
  4. Mark Finchem, Arizona
  5. Representative Leo Biasiucci, Arizona
  6. Representative Joseph Chaplik, Arizona
  7. Representative Jacqueline Parker, Arizona
  8. Representative Brenda Barton, Arizona
  9. Representative Beverly Pingerelli, Arizona
  10. Representative Kevin Payne, Arizona
  11. Representative John Fillmore, Arizona
  12. Representative Jake Hoffman, Arizona
  13. Representative Judy Burges, Arizona
  14. Representative Ben Carpenter, Alaska
  15. Representative Christopher Kurka, Alaska
  16. Representative Kevin McCabe, Alaska
  17. Senator Lora Reinbold, Alaska
  18. Representative Tommy Hanes, Alabama
  19. Senator Alan Clark, Arkansas
  20. Senator Trent Garner, Arkansas
  21. Senator Gary Stubblefield, Arkansas
  22. Senator Dan Sullivan, Arkansas
  23. Representative Rick Beck, Arkansas
  24. Representative Mary Bently, Arkansas
  25. Representative Mark Lowery, Arkansas
  26. Representative Clint Penzo, Arkansas
  27. Representative Marcus Richmond, Arkansas
  28. Representative Brandt Smith, Arkansas
  29. Representative Ron Hanks, Colorado
  30. Representative Richard Holtorf, Colorado
  31. Representative Dave Williams, Colorado
  32. Representative Stephanie Luck, Colorado
  33. Representative Andres Pico, Colorado
  34. Senator Rob Sampson, Connecticut
  35. Representative Anthony Sabatini, Florida
  36. Representative Timothy Barr, Georgia
  37. Representative Charlice Byrd, Georgia
  38. Representative Beth Camp, Georgia
  39. Representative Sheri Gilligan, Georgia
  40. Representative Philip Singleton, Georgia
  41. Representative Jim Carlin, Iowa
  42. Representative Sandy Salmon, Iowa
  43. Representative Jeff Shipley, Iowa
  44. Representative Vito Barbieri, Idaho
  45. Representative Chad Christensen, Idaho
  46. Representative Terry Gestrin, Idaho
  47. Representative Priscilla Giddings, Idaho
  48. Representative Karey Hanks, Idaho
  49. Representative Mike Kingsley, Idaho
  50. Representative Ron Mendive, Idaho
  51. Representative Dorothy Moon, Idaho
  52. Representative Ron Nate, Idaho
  53. Representative Tammy Nichols, Idaho
  54. Representative Doug Okuniewicz, Idaho
  55. Representative John Jacob, Indiana
  56. Representative Curt Nisly, Indiana
  57. Senator Alicia Straub, Kansas
  58. Senator Mark Steffen, Kansas
  59. Representative Tatum Lee, Kansas
  60. Representative Trevor Jacobs, Kansas
  61. Representative Randy Garber, Kansas
  62. Representative Les Mason, Kansas
  63. Representative Rhonda Butler, Louisiana
  64. Representative Kathy Edmonston, Louisiana
  65. Representative Dodie Horton, Louisiana
  66. Representative Phillip Devillier, Louisiana
  67. Delegate Dan Cox, Maryland
  68. Delegate Mark Fisher, Maryland
  69. Delaget Jeff Ghrist, Maryland
  70. Representative Abigail Griffin, Maine
  71. Representative Heidi Sampson, Maine
  72. Representative Peggy Jo Stanley, Maine
  73. Representative Steve Carra, Michigan
  74. Representative Daire Rendon, Michigan
  75. Representative Matt Madock, Michigan
  76. Senator Bruce Anderson, Minnesota
  77. Senator Torrey Westrom, Minnesota
  78. Representative Steve Drazkowski, Minnesota
  79. Representative Glenn Gruenhangen, Minnesota
  80. Representative Shane Mekeland, Minnesota
  81. Representative Erik Mortensen, Minnesota
  82. Representative Jeremy Munson, Minnesota
  83. Representative John Poston, Minnesota
  84. Representative Mitch Boggs, Missouri
  85. Representative Jeff Coleman, Missouri
  86. Representative Derek Grier, Missouri
  87. Representative Ann Kelley, Missouri
  88. Representative Chris Sander, Missouri
  89. Representative Cheri Toalson-Reisch, Missouri
  90. Senator Michael McLendon, Mississippi
  91. Representative Steve Hopkins, Mississippi
  92. Representative Brady Williamson, Mississippi
  93. Senator Theresa Manzella, Montana
  94. Senator Cary Smith, Montana
  95. Senator Carl Glimm, Montana
  96. Senator Bob Brown, Montana
  97. Representative Steve Gunderson, Montana
  98. Representative Bob Phalen, Montana
  99. Representative Joe Read, Montana
  100. Representative Paul Fielder, Montana
  101. Representative Ed Hill, Montana
  102. Representative Mark Noland, Montana
  103. Representative Brad Tshida, Montana
  104. Representative Jerry Schillinger, Montana
  105. Representative Steven Galloway, Montana
  106. Representative Lola Sheldon-Galloway, Montana
  107. Representative Robert Clements, Nebraska
  108. Representative Aidan Ankerberg, New Hampshire
  109. Representative Tina Harvey, New Hampshire
  110. Representative Richard Littlefield, New Hampshire
  111. Representative Charlie Melvin, New Hampshire
  112. Representative Terry Roy, New Hampshire
  113. Representative Paul Terry, New Hampshire
  114. Representative Tim Baxter, New Hampshire
  115. Assemblyman Jim Wheeler, Nevada
  116. Senator Ted Alexander, North Carolina
  117. Senator Bob Steinburg, North Carolina
  118. Representative Jay Adams, North Carolina
  119. Representative Mike Clampitt, North Carolina
  120. Representative Edward Goodwin, North Carolina
  121. Representative Bobby Hanig, North Carolina
  122. Representative Kelly Hastings, North Carolina
  123. Representative Keith Kidwell, North Carolina
  124. Representative Donnie Loftis, North Carolina
  125. Representative Jeff McNeely, North Carolina
  126. Representative Tim Moffitt, North Carolina
  127. Representative Larry Pittman, North Carolina
  128. Representative David Rogers, North Carolina
  129. Representative Wayne Sassar, North Carolina
  130. Representative Mitchell Setzer, North Carolina
  131. Representative Harry Warren, North Carolina
  132. Representative Sam Watford, North Carolina
  133. Representative Donna McDowell White, North Carolina
  134. Senator Oley Larsen, North Dakota
  135. Representative Jeff Magram, North Dakota
  136. Representative Terry Jones, North Dakota
  137. Representative Jennifer Gross, Ohio
  138. Senator George Burns, Oklahoma
  139. Senator Jake Merrick, Oklahoma
  140. Senator Warren Hamilton, Oklahoma
  141. Senator Nathan Dahm, Oklahoma
  142. Representative Kevin McDugle, Oklahoma
  143. Representative Wendi Stearman, Oklahoma
  144. Representative Avery Frix, Oklahoma
  145. Senator Dennis Linthicum, Oregon
  146. Senator Kim Thatcher, Oregon
  147. Representative Lily Morgan, Oregon
  148. Representative Vikki Breece Iversson, Oregon
  149. Senator Doug Mastriano, Pennsylvania
  150. Representative Stephanie Borowicz, Pennsylvania
  151. RepresentativeRuss Diamond, Pennsylvania
  152. Representative David Zimmerman, Pennsylvania
  153. Senator Elaine Morgan, Rhode Island
  154. Representative Justin Price, Rhode Island
  155. Representative Robert Quattrocchi, Rhode Island
  156. Senator Tom Corbin, South Carolina
  157. Senator Rex Rice, South Carolina
  158. Representative Stewart Jones, South Carolina
  159. Representative Ryan McCabe, South Carolina
  160. Representative RJ May, South Carolina
  161. Representative Vic Dabney, South Carolina
  162. Representative Bill Chumley, South Carolina
  163. Representative Mark Willis, South Carolina
  164. Representative Cal Forrest, South Carolina
  165. Representative Mike Burns, South Carolina
  166. Representative Steven Long, South Carolina
  167. Representative Josiah Magnuson , South Carolina
  168. Representative Ashley Trantham, South Carolina
  169. Representative John McCravy, South Carolina
  170. Representative Melissa Oremus, South Carolina
  171. Representative Julie Frye-Mueller, South Dakota
  172. Representative Taffy Howard, South Dakota
  173. Senator Janice Bowling, Tennessee
  174. Representative Bruce Griffey, Tennessee
  175. Representative Todd Warner, Tennessee
  176. Senator Bob Hall, Texas
  177. Representative Kyle Biderman, Texas
  178. Representative Jeff Cason, Texas
  179. Representative Bryan Slaton, Texas
  180. Representative Tony Tinderholt, Texas
  181. Representative Steve Toth, Texas
  182. Representative James White, Texas
  183. Representative Steve Christiansen, Utah
  184. Representative Phillip Lyman, Utah
  185. Representative Mike Petersen, Utah
  186. Representative Mike Schultz, Utah
  187. Representative Rob Sutherland, Washington
  188. Representative Brad Klippert, Washington
  189. Representative Vicki Kraft, Washington
  190. Representative Tim Ramthun, Wisconsin
  191. Delegate Guy Ward, West Virginia
  192. Delegate Roger Conley, West Virginia
  193. Delegate Joe Jeffries, West Virginia
  194. Delegate Dean Jeffries, West Virginia
  195. Delegate Riley Keaton, West Virginia
  196. Delegate Todd Longanacre, West Virginia
  197. Delegate Phil Mallow, West Virginia
  198. Delegate Pat McHeehan, West Virginia
  199. Delegate Tony Paynter, West Virginia
  200. Delegate Chris Phillips, West Virginia
  201. Senator Bo Biteman, Wyoming
  202. Representative Chuck Gray, Wyoming
  203. Representative Rachel Rodriguez-Williams, Wyoming
  204. Representative Dan Laursen, Wyoming

Published by Michael Aaron Casares

Poet, author, and podcast host. Michael Aaron is the host of the America First news and current events show The C Report . His published books include: The Vanishing Poet (2020), The Distance to the End (2016), A Trick of the Eyes (2017), and This Reality of Man (2011). The Root of Many Returns is his official website. Virgogray Press is a perennial publishing house.

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