Sen. Ted Cruz plans to challenge the Electoral College results from Arizona on Wednesday in a push for an electoral fraud commission.
The Texas Republican isn’t objecting because he wants to set aside Arizona’s results, but to force a debate on setting up a commission to study possible instances of voter fraud, a source familiar with Cruz’s plans told The Post.
Arizona was one of the swing states that narrowly broke for President-elect Joe Biden, who won in the Electoral College 306-232.
The news means allies of President Trump plan to object to at least three states’ electors, forcing a debate of up to two hours for each state.
A group in the upper chamber led by Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) is expected to object to Pennsylvania’s electors for Biden. Hawley said last week that the state “failed to follow [its] own state election law” by accepting mail-in ballots after Election Day.
And Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) is expected