Low-income voters accounted for 35% of the 168 million votes cast nationwide in the 2020 presidential election, and in Arizona that percentage was 44, according to a recent study by the Poor People’s Campaign.
A judge has rejected the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate’s contention that it can withhold a raft of communications between its leaders and private contractors they hired to conduct an unprecedented review of the 2020 election results in the state’s most populous county.
After more than 18 months away due to COVID-19, the Tempe City Council will return to in-person meetings Thursday, for some officials, as their first formal council meeting in the Chambers in their current role.
A lawyer for the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate told a judge Thursday that he would cause permanent damage to the legislative process if he requires lawmakers to release records about their private deliberations over the Senate GOP's review of the 2020 election.
Democratic members of a U.S. House committee on Thursday questioned Arizona officials on the potential damage that a partisan review of the state's 2020 election results had on trust in American elections.
The Arizona Attorney General's Office is seeking more information from the Arizona Senate regarding the Cyber Ninjas-led review of the 2020 election in metro Phoenix and wants Maricopa County to preserve its documentation.