Maricopa Board of Supervisors cited in toxic environment leading to Treasurer Royce Flora resigning, “I intend to participate in the recall”, Ballots secured per law?
“The resolution, introduced by Senate President Karen Fann, R-Prescott, states that all five of Maricopa County’s board of supervisors are in contempt of the Arizona Senate for refusing to turn over access to election equipment and ballots that the Senate demanded for an audit. It also directs Fann to take “all legal action” to enforce the subpoena.”…Arizona Senate
“The certification of Arizona’s FALSE results is unethical and knowingly participating in the corruption that has disenfranchised AZ voters,” …Jenna Ellis
“The Arizona Legislature should immediately march in to Maricopa County, secure the ballots, and with the aid of appropriate law enforcement, arrest anyone obstructing justice.”...Citizen Wells
*** Update below ***
The following has been very much under reported.
From the Arizona Daily Independent.
“Maricopa County Treasurer Flora Resigns In “Disgust” With Board Of Supervisors
Outgoing Maricopa County Treasurer Royce Flora announced on Wednesday his resignation from his post on December 31, citing “disgust” with the Board of Supervisors. In his resignation, Flora also announced his intention to assist with the recall of Supervisors Clint Hickman, Bill Gates, Jack Sellers, and Steve Gallardo.
“It has also come to my attention that the incoming Treasurer cannot be legally sworn in until January 11, 2021 and therefore according to the Arizona Constitution, my term would extend until that time,” wrote Flora. “This is unacceptable to me for several reasons. First, the liability bond protecting me expires December 31st, 2020 and I would become personably liable for any loss. Second, the political environment at the County has become so toxic I have no desire to endure further abuse. Finally, I intend to participate in the recall of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors which puts me in direct conflict with County government. For these and other reasons, I resign my office of Maricopa County Treasurer effective on the statutorily prescribed date of midnight, December 31st, 2020.”
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors have fought charges of a “rigged election” this year by blocking access to election data. Those allegations have resulted in a demand for a full audit of the Maricopa County General Election results.
Also, Arizona Senate President Karen Fann and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Eddie Farnsworth issued legislative subpoenas for county records, documents, and software related to the 2020 General Election. Farnsworth and Fann want the county’s voter registration records, ballots, and all equipment used during the election, including tabulator machines, computers, and memory cards as earlier reported by the ADI.”
Have the ballots been secured as required by state law?
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