AZ AG Officially Demands “Full Report” of Maricopa Election Violations


Arizona AG Mark Brnovich’s office demanded in a letter to Maricopa County dated November 19th that they provide “a full report” on “issues related to the administration of the 2022 General Election.” They are concerned that statements by Chairman Gates and Recorder Stephen Richer appear “to confirm potential statutory violations.” [Gates and Richer are anti-MAGAs.]

In a letter authored by Assistant AG Jennifer Wright, the Election Integrity Unit “hereby requests Maricopa formally respond to and address the following concerns that have been raised.”

They want a response before 11/28/22.


“These complaints go beyond pure speculation, but include first-hand witness accounts that raise concerns regarding Maricopa’s lawful compliance with Arizona election law,” the Letter to Maricopa County states.

“Furthermore, statements made by both Chairman Gates and Recorder Richer, along with information Maricopa County released through official modes of communication appear to confirm potential statutory violations of title 16,” the letter continues.

The letter demands a detailed accounting of major potential violations. It includes:

  • Election Day Ballot-on-Demand Printer Configuration Settings;
  • Election Day “Check-out” Procedures;
  • Ballots Deposited in Door 3 and Statutorily Required Election Board Close Out Duties.
About Door 3

“Maricopa County appears to have failed to adhere to the statutory guidelines in segregating, counting, tabulating, tallying, and transporting the “Door 3” ballots.”

In “some voting locations, ‘Door 3’ non-tabulated ballots were commingled with tabulated ballots…”

Violations in Check-Out Procedures

The Elections Integrity Unit will also look into election day “check-out” procedures. Affected voters received provisional ballots or instructions to go to another polling location.

The unit also requests a detailed report on poll worker training regarding check-out procedures. They want to know the “legal basis” for these procedures.

The unit also wants to know “why Maricopa continued to publicly encourage voters to leave a voting location after having been notified … that poll workers appeared to be improperly trained on ‘check-out’ procedures.”

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1 year ago

It’s time for the Courts to step in an order a New Election, then Judge should appoint a Special Prosecutor to open a RICO type investigation into the Whole AZ Government.

Last edited 1 year ago by GuvGeek
The Prisoner
The Prisoner
1 year ago

The AG wants a report so that it has excuses to not act before certification. So they will get a report 1 week before certification, or perhaps well after certification. It has no intention of acting on anything. To think that Brnovich’s office would do anything different would be silly, it would be repeating the same mistake over and over.

Brnovich is red hot angry over his career being ruined due to conservatives exposing him as a crook. He will only act to defeat conservatives. His future employability depends on it.

The Prisoner
The Prisoner
1 year ago

Brnovich seems to be pretending to be a hero, which he certainly is not. He also seems to not have the courage or ability to write the letter himself. There were numerous statutory violations 2 years ago, and Brnovich showed no concern. Brnovich defied court orders which he was charged with enforcing. Suppose a court were to order a reelection, who would enforce it? The County would refuse. If the office was really interested in investigating, it would have been in the County 2 weeks ago gathering and controlling evidence.

The corrupt County will conceal and stall. It already had a plan months ago on how to approach investigations. Hobbs will certify her election and the other dem candidates, and this investigation will be over.

Nothing Seen,Nothing Done,See You Again Next Time!
Nothing Seen,Nothing Done,See You Again Next Time!
1 year ago
Reply to  The Prisoner

Yep. You’ve been here, before!