election fraud

Lake, Finchem, sanctions, attorney
May 25, 2023

Attorney asks judge not to find him financially liable for sanctions tied to Lake and Finchem’s lawsuit

Nationally known constitutional lawyer Alan Dershowitz pleaded with a federal judge in Phoenix on Wednesday not to find him financially liable for sanctions levied against lawyers who filed what the judge ruled was a frivolous lawsuit on behalf of two failed Republican candidates.

U.S. Capitol, insurrection, Trump, Biden, Pence, Arizona, Vallejo
May 25, 2023

Prosecutors seek 17-year sentence for Arizona defendant in Jan. 6 attack

Prosecutors are seeking a 17-year sentence for Arizona resident Edward Vallejo, one of nine members of the Oath Keepers who were convicted of seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Lake, Hobbs, governor, Court of Appeals, election contest, general election, ballots, tabulation, Election Day, Republicans, Democrats, MAGA, secretary of state
Dec 16, 2022

Hobbs, Maricopa County attorneys say Lake lacks facts on fraud

Claims by failed gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake that the general election was rigged and that printer issues were caused by "intentional misconduct'' are little more than speculation and should be dismissed, the attorney for Katie Hobbs, her successful Democratic foe argued Thursday.

Pawlik, Willoughby, Harris, election, recount, Republicans, Democrats, Gress, Maricopa County, House, Jovan Hutton Pulitzer
Nov 19, 2022

Cochise County supervisors delay certification of election results

The Cochise County Board of Supervisors delayed its certification of the 2022 election after two Republican members sought evidence the tabulation machines used were “lawfully certified by an accredited lab.”  

election, Yuma County, logic and accuracy testing, polls, voters, La Paz County, Maricopa County, Cochise County
Nov 7, 2022

Counties test election equipment to try to ensure accurate results

County officials around the state are reassuring the public that equipment has been thoroughly tested to ensure only valid ballots are counted for the Nov. 8 election.

ballot harvesting, subpoena, Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Trump, Biden, Lake, Hobbs, election workers, ballots, election deniers, insurrection, U.S. Capitol, Justice Department, Maricopa County
Nov 2, 2022

Clean Elections USA won’t appeal ruling limiting ballot box watching

Clean Elections USA will not appeal a late Tuesday ruling by a federal judge blocking most of what it can do while watching ballot boxes.

voter intimidation, drop boxes, Maricopa County, judge, filming, Clean Elections USA, lawsuits
Nov 1, 2022

Federal judge blocks voter intimidation by ‘monitors’ at drop boxes 

A federal judge granted an emergency temporary restraining order against drop box monitors on Tuesday, banning monitors from filming or following voters within 75 feet of drop boxes.  

Brnovich, 60 Minutes, election fraud, Biden, Trump, ballots, Senate, Masters
Oct 31, 2022

On ’60 Minutes’ Brnovich calls election fraud claims ‘horseshit’ 

In a "60 Minutes" episode that aired over the weekend, Attorney General Mark Brnovich returned to a stance he adopted soon after the 2020 election: President Joe Biden won Arizona in the 2020 presidential election and there’s no evidence of widespread fraud. 

election, hand count, Cochise County, election fraud, Secretary of State, Pinal County Attorney's Office, tabulation
Oct 25, 2022

Two Cochise County supervisors approve advancing with hand count and tabulation in election

Two members of the Cochise County Board of Supervisors voted to go forward with a hand count in addition to tabulation in the 2022 general election last night, despite looming litigation and advice from the county attorney that the move is roundly illegal.  

ballots, lawsuit, ballot boxes, voter intimidation, Penzone, ballot boxes
Oct 24, 2022

Complaints about ballot box watchers pile up, but law enforcement response could be limited 

The Secretary of State’s office has now referred six complaints about alleged voter intimidation to law enforcement agencies and the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has referred two incidents to the County Attorney’s Office. But law enforcement officials say they may be limited in what they can do to respond to complaints about self-appointed monitors who are hanging out near ballot boxes i[...]

democracy, independent, vote, Schweikert, Masters, Lake, Finchem, Hamadeh, Biden, Trump, election, election fraud, Trump, antisemitism, racism, homophobia, election
Oct 24, 2022

Independents – your vote will change Arizona’s future

Two strong, diversely opposite parties are vying for your independent vote. Your decision will either help maintain our democracy, freedoms, and rights, or it is possible, this will be your last opportunity to have your vote count.

lawsuit, Pima County, apartment, fatal shooting
Oct 21, 2022

SOS threatens Cochise with lawsuit over hand count proposal

The Secretary of State’s office is warning the Cochise County Board of Supervisors that it will sue the county if it tries to do a full hand count of all ballots in the November general election.