Arizona to Investigate ‘Election Irregularities’
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich will investigate Maricopa County’s elections. Brnovich sent a letter to the county attorney’s office on November 19, asking Maricopa County to provide a “comprehensive report” on issues relating to printers and tabulators. An excerpt from the letter:
[The attorney general’s office] has received hundreds of complaints since Election Day pertaining to issues related to the administration of the 2022 General Election in Maricopa County. These complaints go beyond pure speculation, but include firsthand witness accounts that raise concerns regarding Maricopa’s lawful compliance with Arizona election law.
The context: Democrat Katie Hobbs beat Republican Kari Lake for Arizona’s governorship by the slimmest of margins. Hobbs, Arizona’s secretary of state, is responsible for certifying her own election. There were widespread reports of malfunctioning voting machines in Republican areas. Lake said she would dispute the results.
Maricopa County was also accused of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential elections. Evidence suggests the same techniques used in 2020 were used again this year.
Reports of fraud cast doubt on the results of the United States’ midterm elections, including those in Arizona. The letter suggests more and more people are noticing. This could lead to exposure of massive levels of corruption. To learn more, watch the November 15 Trumpet Daily episode, “Another Maricopa County ‘Miracle’ for Democrats.”