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Tue Aug 2, 2022, 08:24 PM

Arizona's GOP attorney general refutes claims of dead 2020 voters

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who is running in Tuesday's GOP Senate primary, said a review of the 2020 election found that just one ballot was cast in a dead voter's name, refuting allegations, mostly from Trump supporters, that nearly 300 such ballots had been returned two years ago.

The finding from Brnovich's office, revealed in a letter to state Senate President Karen Fann, also a Republican, marks another knock on a partisan review conducted by the Cyber Ninjas firm and propelled by Republican state senators.

The criminal investigation was sparked last year after former President Donald Trump and his allies alleged without evidence that voter fraud cost him a victory in the Grand Canyon State in 2020.

"After spending hundreds of hours reviewing these allegations, our investigators were able to determine only one of the 282 voters on the list was deceased at the time of the election. All other persons listed as deceased were found to be current voters," Brnovich wrote, referencing the Cyber Ninjas report allegations.


Well there might be a few brain dead Trump voters.

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Wed Aug 3, 2022, 12:33 AM

1. "Well there might be a few brain dead Trump voters."

from the looks of the primary results, the repukes are doing their thing, ugh...lesko and gosar, and biggs.

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