Article: Arizona Senate planning to hold board in contempt in election fight

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Arizona Senate planning to hold board in contempt in election fight

Republicans who control the Arizona Senate were poised to hold the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors in contempt Monday for failing to turn over voting machines and ballots from the November election that lawmakers want to examine as they continue to question President Joe Biden’s win in the state.

If the contempt resolution passes, as appears likely, the five-member board could be subject to immediate arrest.

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Article: County still refusing demand by Arizona Senate on election

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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: Arizona Senate to Consider Contempt Charge in Election Fight

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Arizona Senate to Consider Contempt Charge in Election Fight

Republicans who control the Arizona Senate are moving ahead with their threat to pass a contempt resolution finding Maricopa County has failed to comply with a subpoena demanding access to elections equipment and ballots cast in the November election.

The Senate Rules committee plans to meet Wednesday afternoon to start the procedure for introducing the resolution. Timing on a full Senate vote is unclear.

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Article: Rudy Giuliani addresses voter fraud this election with State Senate Republicans

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Rudy Giuliani addresses voter fraud this election with State Senate Republicans

As republicans across the country continue to speak out about claims of fraud during the presidential election, Pennsylvania republican leaders held a public hearing today to discuss issues with this year’s election.

“This election was lost by the democrats. They cheated; it was a fraudulent election. They flooded the market. This is a very important moment in our country,” said President Donald Trump.

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Article: Trump doubles down on allegations of election fraud in Pennsylvania as Biden begins transition

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Trump doubles down on allegations of election fraud in Pennsylvania as Biden begins transition

President Trump doubled down on unfounded allegations of widespread voter fraud in Pennsylvania in a phone call from the Oval Office, broadcast to Wednesday’s state Senate Republican postmortem hearing on the Nov. 3 election.

“This election was rigged and we can’t let that happen for our country and we’ve got to turn this around. We won Pennsylvania by a lot and we won all those states by a lot,” Trump said to the meeting, which was requested by the Trump for President Campaign Legal Team.

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

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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

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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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