Hundreds Converge On Arizona Capitol Begin Recall Of Maricopa County Supervisors

Liz Harris

PHOENIX – Hundreds of people converged at the Arizona Capitol on Wednesday evening to hear details of a “citizens’ investigation” into election irregularities and allegations of voter fraud and begin a recall of Maricopa County supervisors. The recall effort is aimed at supervisors Clint Hickman, Bill Gates, Jack Sellers, and Steve Gallardo for their role in blocking efforts to audit election results.

The Wednesday event marked the deadline given by organizers to the Board of Supervisors, Governor Doug Ducey, Secretary Katie Hobbs, Attorney General Mike Brnovich, and Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes to, “Honor your Oath and stand up for the peoples sacred right to a Free and Fair election.”

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The group demanded that officials “comply with the subpoenas and give the people what is due them by our Constitution. A full and comprehensive forensic analysis of the election equipment and software that is paid for and owned by the Maricopa County taxpayers.”

The deadline was December 30, 2020 by 4:00 p.m. The rally began at 6:00 p.m.

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