Arizona Attorney General Brnovich: “States Must Take Steps To Secure Our Elections”, US News Revolution
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Attorney General Mark Brnovich

The Arizona Senate has issued two new legislative subpoenas ordering Maricopa County and Dominion to deliver more materials and information, including the routers, passwords, and Splunk logs.

BREAKING: Arizona Senate Issues Two NEW Subpoenas Maricopa County Officials for Routers, Passwords, Splunk Logs, MORE

It is clear based on their response, that the County and Dominion have no interest in cooperating.

What could they possibly be hiding?

Today and yesterday, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich weighed in on election integrity efforts by state legislatures.

The left has launched an assault on election integrity.

— Mark Brnovich (@brnoforaz) August 1, 2021

For years, the left has been challenging our election laws and third-party groups have recently used COVID-19 to circumvent the legislative process.

We must stay vigilant. Our elections must remain secure.

— Mark Brnovich (@brnoforaz) August 1, 2021

In a Fox News interview, Brnovich told Harris Faulkner:

States are entitled to do things in a prophylactic or proactive way, you don’t have to wait to a crime is committed to pass a law prohibiting it, and it’s likewise, you don’t have to have some sort of huge fraud in order to pass measures to ensure confidence in the results because we want to make sure that there is integrity in the process, but we also want people to have confidence in results, and so on issues like ballot harvesting, for example, there was a North Carolina congressional seat which was vacant for nearly a year, we know there’s been places, other places and in the past were ballot harvesting has been used by candidates to manipulate election results. And the reality is we pointed this out in the argument, no less than Jimmy Carter, Jimmy Carter in 2005 by partisan Commission said

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