Yesterday the Arizona Supreme Court issued an Order remanding a portion of Kari Lake’s election contest back to the Maricopa County Superior Court for further review. That claim, as pled in the original complaint, alleged:
Today the Maricopa County Superior Court issued an order imposing sanctions against former Secretary of State candidate Mark Finchem and his attorney, Daniel McCauley, under A.R.S. § 12-349. At a future date, when Secretary of
Did you know the “Voters Right to Know Act” (Prop 211) became law immediately following the 2022 general election canvass? Elections officials and attorneys are now beginning to grapple with the Act.
Today the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that whether the Legislature violated Arizona’s Open Meeting Law by virtue of GOP members’ attendance at ALEC conferences is a nonjusticiable political question. In essence, although the Open Meeting
Professor Alan Dershowitz today filed a motion in Arizona Federal District Court seeking to avoid the imposition of sanctions against him in Lake/Finchem v. Hobbs, the voting machine lawsuit dismissed in August. Some fascinating arguments
Pinal County has released its report detailing why 507 additional ballots were tallied in the statewide recount results released today. The report describes the various discrepancies and concludes as follows: After performing reconciliation of ballots