Election integrity update.
Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is holding a special hearing at 4:45 PM.
The five (5) member Board meets each month as defined in the Annual Posting Notice. Additional meetings throughout the year are listed in the Special Posting Notice. Use the Meetings & Agendas table below to locate information related to a particular meeting. If you are unsure of the date on which a particular item was heard, you may also click on the Meetings link (next to the Home link below) to find an item based upon key words and/or a date range. (NOTE: If using Internet Explorer, the Meeting link will require opening a new window, by clicking “Open this content in a new window”. Please close that window to return to this web page.)
UPDATE: September 17, 2021 4:45pm Board of Supervisors Special Meeting
Following CDC guidelines regarding recommendation to limit social gatherings, no residents will be allowed in the Board of Supervisors‘ meeting rooms.
Residents can submit comments related to the Board Meeting agenda before 3:00 pm on Friday, September 17, by emailing [email protected] or calling 602-506-3766.
Residents can watch the Board meeting live-streamed at Maricopa.Gov or Maricopa.Gov/324 at the time of the meeting.
Residents can also watch via GoToWebinar.com, and entering the webinar meeting ID 937-976-171. Pre-registration may be done via this link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7668582748575750671
Residents may listen to the Webinar by dialing 1 (562) 247-8422, and entering the Audio Access code 593-869-463#. Long distance charges may apply.
No Audio PIN is needed to listen only.
NOTE: Webinar meeting IDs and access codes will change each meeting. Check back for the most current codes for future meetings.
This comes as the audit in Arizona is beginning to heat up.
The audit results are going to be released next Friday:
Arizona AG Mark Brnovich warned Maricopa that they must comply with the AZ Senate Subpoenas.
Our office just notified the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors that it is in violation of state law for failing to comply with AZ Senate’s subpoena. The County has 30 days to change course or lose state-shared funds. The rule of law must be followed.https://t.co/IpJwWZmLxX
— Mark Brnovich (@GeneralBrnovich) August 26, 2021
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