The Arizona Senate is going to hold a meeting today at 1 P.M. to discuss the ongoing audit in Arizona.
Maricopa County officials were invited but said they will not attend.
The Arizona senate was considering issuing subpoenas to have them appear but decided against it.
Top Republicans in the Arizona Senate are meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday to discuss the ongoing audit of Maricopa County’s election results.
Senate leaders had invited county officials to attend, but county leaders have made clear they do not plan to participate, having issued a blistering rebuke to accusations by GOP senators that they deleted and mishandled election materials.
Senate President Karen Fann, R-Prescott, invited county officials to the meeting with Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Warren Petersen, R-Gilbert, and Senate liaison Ken Bennett to discuss the claims first outlined in a public letter last week.
More from AZ GOP Chair Kelli Ward:
Per Sen @FannKfann, TODAY 5/18, the AZ Senate will hold a hearing to get an update on the audit from the vendor, address the questions submitted to #AZSEN & the written response from Maricopa Co BOS. The meeting will start at 1 pm MT live streamed here:https://t.co/o4sjWgX6xR
— Dr. Kelli Ward 🇺🇸 (@kelliwardaz) May 18, 2021
Why don’t Maricopa County officials want to talk about the widespread irregularities?
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