Arizona Legislature Votes To Revoke Democrat Secretary of State’s Authority In Election-Related Lawsuits
The Arizona Legislature voted to strip the partisan official of her authority over election-related lawsuits.
The Arizona Legislature has voted to revoke the election-related lawsuit authority of Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who has been desperately trying to delegitimize the results of the forensic audit ahead of its preliminary results. The authority would be transferred to the state’s Attorney General if approved by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey.
The Arizona State Legislature has voted to revoke highly partisan Democrat Katie Hobbs’ authority in election related lawsuits, as she has been frantically trying to delegitimize the results of the forensic audit of the 2020 election in Arizona ahead of the release of its preliminary results.
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