Arizona Attorney General Debunks Trump Supporters' Election Fraud Claims

Continue reading the main storyIn an inquiry into accusations that dead voters had cast ballots, 'many were very surprised to learn they were alleg...

August 2, 2022
4:48 AM

Continue reading the main storyIn an inquiry into accusations that dead voters had cast ballots, 'many were very surprised to learn they were allegedly deceased,' Mark Brnovich said.This article is part of our Midterms 2022 Daily BriefingThe Arizona attorney general, Mark Brnovich, said his office's Election Integrity Unit had spent 'hundreds of hours' investigating hundreds of accusations.Credit...Randy Hoeft/The Yuma Sun, via Associated PressAug. 1, 2022Updated 10:20 p.m. ETAccusations that hundreds of ballots were cast in Arizona in 2020 in the name of dead voters are unfounded, the state's Republican attorney general said on Monday in a sharply worded letter to the president of the Arizona Senate, who has advanced false claims of voter fraud.

Maggie Astor