The Arizona Republican Party decided to conduct an audit into the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office after three Republican candidates lost the race after their opponents conducted a few shady activities.
“The Arizona Republican Party will conduct an independent audit of the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office after three statewide Republican candidates who initially led on election night saw their races swing the other way as outstanding ballots were counted.
Despite leading on election night and for some time afterward, GOP Rep. Martha McSally ultimately lost her Senate campaign to Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema. The neck-and-neck race took almost a week to call. The former Air Force pilot initially led her Democratic challenger by about 16,000 votes the day after Election Day. However, the slow count of mail-in ballots pushed Sinema into the lead and eventually handed her victory.”
McSally was not the only Republican candidate to see her lead go down the hill. Where did all those ballots come from?
Frank Riggs Led Kathy Hoffman in the race, and lost a week later. Is this some kind of sorcery or something? Hobbs was trailing Steve Gaynor on Election Day, but she was later pronounced to win the race.
The Arizona GOP is now trying to review the counting activities. in Maricopa County. What type of dirt have Democrats buried in the county?
“Arizona Republican Party Chairman Jonathan Lines today announces the formation of an independent audit to review the actions of the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office in the recent midterm elections. It is the AZ GOP’s hope that this audit will produce a fair, factually-based report that will help us better understand what happened in this drawn-out election and address the many concerns of the voters,” read the press release.
Phoenix attorney Stephen Richer is set to lead the audit, and Statecraft PLLC is taking the role as advisory legal counsel.
The Maricopa County Recorder’s Office struck back against the official info, noting that the whole thing is nothing but a political attack.
“I haven’t bothered to read the press release, I don’t have time for political games. We are focused on finishing this election.” said Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes.