On Thursday, Sept. 14, a federal judge struck down key provisions of an Arizona voter suppression law, House Bill 2492.
Deja Vu: After Arizona Supreme Court Dismisses Fringe Lawsuit, Similar Case Seeks To Decertify 2022 Election Results
On Wednesday Sept. 6, two voters and a lawyer who have been extremely involved in the effort to decertify Arizona’s 2022 general election filed a new lawsuit seeking to decertify the Maricopa County results for four races: governor, attorney general and Propositions 308 and 309.
On Wednesday Aug. 23, the Arizona Supreme Court sanctioned the petitioners — including election denier Abe Hamadeh and the Republican National Committee (RNC) — for their conduct in an election contest challenging the results of the 2022 election for Arizona attorney general.
On Thursday, Aug. 17, 255 days after Arizona certified its 2022 midterm election results, two Arizona voters filed a fringe lawsuit seeking to invalidate the results of the election.
On Friday, July 14, an Arizona judge rejected failed attorney general candidate and election denier Abe Hamadeh’s (R) motion for a new trial in his previously dismissed election contest.
On Tuesday, June 20, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs (D) vetoed at least seven more election bills, bringing her total vetoes of election bills this legislative session to over 28.
On Monday, June 12, Arizona Republicans passed House Bill 2722, which would allow any county in the state to replace the electronic count of ballots with a hand count.
On Friday, June 2, the Arizona Supreme Court declined to review a Republican challenge to the state’s largely popular and secure mail-in voting system.
On Friday, May 26, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs (D) vetoed at least four more election bills, including one that would have required Arizona to leave the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC).
From Tuesday, May 16 to Friday, May 19, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs (D) vetoed at least four election bills.
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