As Arizona Counties Certify Election Results, Senate President Karen Fann Still Looking For Fraud Evidence
The Republican-controlled Maricopa County Board of Supervisors unanimously confirmed the county’s election results Friday night, with every member citing their full confidence in the process.
Other Republican leaders in the state are still looking for evidence that President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in Arizona is illegitimate.
State Senate President Karen Fann says Arizona voters deserve a chance to prove that the election results were fraudulent. The Prescott Republican set up an official state Legislature email address where voters can submit tips and evidence of voter fraud or other irregularities.
"They have questions, they are our constituents, and they have a right to be heard, and they have a right to know that we are going to try and find some answers for them. That’s it," Fann said.
Fann says complaints will be forwarded to the Arizona attorney general’s election integrity unit.
"I’m hoping and praying that most of these things, if not all, that we are able to come up with good, logical explanations for it," Fann said. "But on the other hand, it’s our duty to look into it and to get answers for our voters."
Attorney General Mark Brnovich rejected President Donald Trump’s unfounded fraud claims, telling Fox Business host Neil Cavuto that there’s no evidence of any fraud in Arizona.
The deadline for Arizona counties to certify the election is Monday, and so far, thirteen of the state’s fifteen counties have certified their results.