Article: County still refusing demand by Arizona Senate on election

Election Fraud

County still refusing demand by Arizona Senate on election

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is again refusing to buckle to pressure from Republicans who control the Arizona Senate and turn over elections equipment and ballots from November’s general election.

The Republican-dominated board on Tuesday let a noon deadline for complying with a Senate subpoena pass without acting after hearing from their attorneys. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Warren Peterson, warned of “serious legal consequences” if the board continues to drag its feet.

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Article: Fact check: Arizona Senate, Maricopa County negotiating deal on election data

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Fact check: Arizona Senate, Maricopa County negotiating deal on election data

The claim: Arizona Senate released evidence of voter fraud the day of President Joe Biden’s swearing-in

Conservative Facebook pages have started sharing an online article that falsely claims Arizona government officials released evidence of voter fraud an hour after President Joe Biden’s inauguration on Jan. 20.

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Article: Maricopa County still refusing demand by Arizona Senate on election

Election Fraud

Maricopa County still refusing demand by Arizona Senate on election

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is again refusing to buckle to pressure from Republicans who control the Arizona Senate and turn over elections equipment and ballots from November’s general election.

The Republican-dominated board on Feb. 2 let a noon deadline for complying with a Senate subpoena pass without acting after hearing from their attorneys. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Warren Peterson, warned of “serious legal consequences” if the board continues to drag its feet.

Article: Maricopa County begins audit of voting equipment in 2020 election

Election Fraud

Maricopa County begins audit of voting equipment in 2020 election

Maricopa County has started a forensic audit of its voting tabulation equipment after supervisors voted last week to hire two firms to audit election equipment and software used in last November’s election.

The Republican leader of the Arizona Senate had announced on Jan. 29 that she had hired an independent auditor to scour election results in Maricopa County.

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