On Sunday, May 21, the League of Women Voters (LWV) of Arizona announced a settlement agreement in a lawsuit challenging drop box monitoring practices by Melody Jennings and her organization (then known as Clean Elections USA) during the 2022 midterm elections.
On Wednesday, May 17 — 191 days after Election Day — election denier Kari Lake was back in the courtroom contesting her loss to Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs (D) in the 2022 election
On Monday, May 15, an Arizona judge ruled that Republican election denier Kari Lake’s six month-long election contest regarding her loss in the 2022 Arizona governor’s race will go to trial on one claim.
On Tuesday, April 25, the Board of Supervisors in Cochise County , Arizona voted 2-1 to hire Bob Bartelsmeyer as an election director, selecting an individual who spread false claims about voting to run the county’s elections.
On Tuesday, April 18, an Arizona judge declined to grant Attorney General Kris Mayes’ (D) request to temporarily block an agreement that transfers election oversight from the Cochise County supervisors (Tom Crosby, Ann English and Peggy Judd) to Cochise County Recorder David Stevens (R).
On Wednesday, April 12, the Republican-controlled Arizona House voted 46 to 13 to expel state Rep. Liz Harris (R) over ethics violations, including some relating to election misinformation.
On Thursday, April 6, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs (D) vetoed three election bills: House Bill 2322, House Bill 2415 and Senate Bill 1074.
As of Wednesday, March 22, over 30 restrictive voting bills have passed one chamber of the Arizona Legislature.
On Wednesday, March 22, the Arizona Supreme Court issued an order denying review of six of the seven claims in election denier and failed gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake’s appeal of her previously dismissed election contest.
On Wednesday, March 15, U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.) sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) asking the DOJ to investigate the recent transfer of election authority in Cochise County, Arizona.