On Tuesday, Feb. 14, the Board of Supervisors in Cochise County, Arizona discussed transferring election authority from the elections department to County Recorder David Stevens, with two of the three members supporting the unprecedented move.
On Monday, Feb. 13, an Arizona judge dismissed a lawsuit brought by the Republican National Committee (RNC) and Arizona Republican Party against the Maricopa County recorder and other election officials.
On Friday, Jan. 27, the Arizona Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit brought by self-proclaimed “civil rights” lawyer Ryan Heath against Judge Peter A. Thompson in Maricopa County, Arizona .
On Saturday, Jan. 28, the Arizona Republican Party and its chair went to the Arizona Supreme Court after lower courts rejected their lawsuit seeking to end no-excuse mail-in voting.
On Tuesday, Jan. 24, following a lawsuit, a majority of Arizona county recorders agreed that they will not purge voters under Arizona voter suppression laws House Bill 2492 and House Bill 2243.
On Tuesday, Jan. 24, the elections director of Cochise County, Arizona announced her resignation, citing the “outrageous and physically and emotionally threatening” working atmosphere.
As of Wednesday, Jan. 18, Arizona Republicans have introduced at least four extreme proposals to seriously curtail or fully repeal early and/or mail-in voting in the Grand Canyon State.
On Tuesday, Jan. 17, the Arizona Court of Appeals unanimously affirmed a trial court’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the Arizona Republican Party and its chairwoman challenging the state’s no-excuse mail-in voting system.
On Tuesday, Jan. 10, Ryan L. Heath, filed a petition for a writ of mandamus against Maricopa County, Arizona Judge Peter A. Thompson.
On Friday, Jan. 6, Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates (R) and Vice Chairman Clint Hickman (R) announced an independent investigation into the Election Day printer issues in Maricopa County, Arizona.