Maricopa County Arizona State Senate Agrees with Subpona and Attorney General

The Arizona Senate subcommittee has complied with the Maricopa County Arizona Attorney General’s request to comply.

Gateway Pundit reports that Maricopa County Arizona has received a new subpoena to testify before the Senate and has answered questions about delays in meeting AG’s request. The county has agreed to send a representative to answer questions.

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It was recently announced that Maricopa County had finally complied with the Attorney General’s request for withheld information before March 9. Meetings with county representatives will no longer be held today at 4 p.m.

State Senate, Phoenix – Senator Townsend Marikopa issued the following statement
The county agrees with its legislative subpoena:

“I am just happy to announce that Maricopa County is complying with legal subpoena commanding Fulfillment of the Attorney General’s request dated March 9, 2022. The government committee is scheduled for this Later today it is no longer needed, because its intended purpose has been achieved.

Acknowledging the county’s responsibility for timely accountability for election administration activity is a commendable victory in our pursuit of accountability to Arizona voters. Although the Maricopa County chairman defended their response to the Attorney General with indefinite lawsuits and court-appointed deadlines, Arizonans from the most representative branch of our subpona statewide constituency requested that the county request electoral integrity. A top priority rather than placing them in a public record line.

Although I am encouraged by Maricopa County’s growing attitude towards transparency and compliance, I will closely follow the Attorney General’s ongoing investigation and follow up additional inquiries to answer my further questions as Chairman of the Government Committee. I stand with my colleagues because we are committed to rejoining when the legislature needs to exercise full authority over statewide elections. “

The Arizona Attorney General has failed to convict these criminals of stealing the election and refusing to comply with the ongoing investigation.

The Senate subpoena expressed the wishes of the Arizonans.

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