Arizona legislators float special session to authorize election audit

Arizona legislators float special session to authorize election audit


A handful of Arizona Republican lawmakers called on Republican Gov. Doug Ducey to convene a special session in the state Legislature in order to authorize an audit of election administration in the state.

“The Legislature would have to be called back in to session to deal with this issue, by Governor @dougducey,” state Rep. and state Sen.-elect Kelly Townsend said in a tweet on Wednesday. “There is no time to waste.”

The message came alongside an article about the secretary of state rejecting a request for an independent audit of the election.

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Arizona State Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, asked Arizona’s Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs earlier this week to authorize an independent review of the voting machines used in the case.

Hobbs, who has previously accused Trump of being “on the side of the freaking Nazis” and said that much of what happened at his rallies was “deplorable,” denied that request.

Fann retweeted Townsend’s

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