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
This week the Arizona Supreme Court issued its ruling in McKenna v Soto, a candidate nomination challenge from spring 2020. The Supreme Court upheld the trial court’s decision keeping LD3 House candidate Javier Soto on
Early voting for the Presidential Preference Election (PPE) in Arizona began on February 19, 2020, but it seems as if Democratic candidates are suspending their campaigns by the day. Some election officials have recently announced
Last week the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals held that Arizona allegedly violated the Voting Rights Act based, at least in part, on evidence that Hispanic voters have faced language-based barriers in the electoral process.
Today the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council (GRRC) will consider whether the Citizen’s Clean Elections Commission (CCEC) has sufficiently curtailed its regulations in reaction to Proposition 306 passed by voters last year. If the preliminary sessions