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Judge Denies Katie Hobbs’ Request To Block The Prosecution Of Election Fraud Cases


Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich just won a huge victory…

According to the latest reports, a judge has recently ruled that attempts to stifle the prosecution of election law violations by Secretary of State Katie Hobbs will not stand in Arizona.

Secretary of State Katie Hobbs has long since fought to crush any and all inquiries into the 2020 election in Arizona in an effort to prevent election transparency.

This is despite numerous studies, probes, and evidence which suggests that fraud was a prominent feature of Arizona’s election landscape in 2020 and beyond.

Here are the latest developments:

The Associated Press provided an update:

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Joan Sinclair said the request is “premature” in a ruling issued Wednesday.

A spokeswoman for Hobbs, Murphy Hebert, said she will continue with plans to shut down on March 11 the “E-Qual” system that candidates use to collect signatures they need to appear on the ballot.


KTAR went further:

Roopali Desai, a lawyer for Hobbs, said the secretary is stuck between two competing laws — one requiring her to maintain an online signature system and another mandating that signatures only be accepted from voters who qualify because they live in the candidate’s district.

The lawsuit is the latest legal skirmish between Brnovich, a Republican, and Hobbs, a Democrat, both of whom are seeking higher offices.


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