Good News! It Looks like the courts are finally beginning to listen.
The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to hear the GOP challenge contesting the results of the extremely messy and unorthodox 2020 election.
The court agreed to hear the challenge, after extremely concerning eye witness testimony at an Arizona election hearing, came to light.
The appeal to the state Supreme Court, came from Rep. Kelli Ward.
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Here is what we know:
NTD News reported:
Arizona GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward said she’s filing an appeal with the state’s Supreme Court to challenge the certification of the Nov. 3 election results.
Ward told local station KTAR-TV that she filed an appeal with the Arizona Supreme Court on Dec. 4 to reverse the state’s certification. The court confirmed that it received her appeal on Monday, saying it would decide the matter without an oral argument, the news outlet reported.
It came after a Maricopa County judge ruled that Ward’s petition failed to prove any fraud occurred when she tried to challenge the results in the county, which includes Phoenix.
On Nov. 30, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and Attorney General Mark Brnovich signed off on Secretary of State Katie Hobbs’ certification of the election results. All three officials said they have seen no evidence of fraud that would overturn the election results in the state.
KTAR News had this to say:
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled on Friday that Ward failed to prove fraud in her challenge of election results in metro Phoenix and that evidence presented at trial wouldn’t reverse President Donald Trump’s loss.
Earlier Friday, before the dismissal, Ward told KTAR News 92.3 FM’s The Mike Broomhead Show she would “go to the end to prove” that “President Trump won this election by a landslide in Arizona.”
Ward is pressing ahead after four previous legal challenges to the validity of Arizona’s elections were dismissed.
On Nov. 30, Arizona’s two top-ranking Republican elected officials, Gov. Doug Ducey and Attorney General Mark Brnovich, signed off on Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs’ election certification.
The certified results showed President-elect Joe Biden winning Arizona by more than 10,000 votes to claim the state’s 11 electoral votes. As it stands, Biden will win the presidency by a 306-232 margin when the Electoral College meets on Dec. 14. Biden’s inauguration is set for Jan. 20.
Biden won in Maricopa County, the state’s most-populous region, by more than 45,000 votes in becoming the first Democratic presidential candidate to win Arizona since 1996.