Maricopa County Officials Send Out Scornful Letter In Response To Arizona Attorney General’s 2020 Election Audit ‘Interim Report’ – Ask County Attorney To Take Action

Maricopa County Officials Send Out Scornful Letter In Response To Arizona Attorney General’s 2020 Election Audit ‘Interim Report’ – Ask County Attorney To Take Action


On Tuesday, The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and County Recorder Stephen Richer sent a pretentious and scornful letter to the Arizona Attorney General attacking his Maricopa County 2020 election audit “interim report.”

The County accused Attorney General Mark Brnovich of “playing politics,” misrepresenting facts, and abusing his legal authority.

Investigating criminals in government is not playing politics. Maricopa County continues to gaslight and play the victim.

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After a special meeting on Monday, County officials issued their nine-page denial of Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s report that found “system-wide issues” in the early voting system. “The EIU’s review has uncovered instances of election fraud by individuals who have been or will be prosecuted for various elections crimes,” the report stated.

The County also announced

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