AZ Attorney General Opens Investigation into Maricopa Board of Supervisors for Failing to Comply with AZ Senate Subpoenas

The Arizona Attorney General, Mark Brnovich, has seen enough slow walking from liberals in Arizona. An investigation is being launched into the Maricopa County Board for slow walking and ignoring subpoenas. Wendy Rogers, Arizona State Senator, tweeted this about a week ago:

“The 1487 request to the Arizona Attorney General has been filed against the Maricopa Board of Supervisors by @SonnyBorrelli on behalf of the Arizona Senate. I support this and hope the @GeneralBrnovich lays the smackdown. Throw the book at them!”

Stew Peters announced yesterday that they have 30 days to respond. State Senator Sonny Borrelli originally asked for the investigation. According to Redvoicemedia.com:

Maricopa County Board of Supervisors declined to comply with the subpoena relating to the November 2020 election audit. The Senate had (again) requested last week for the routers used on county vote-tabulation machines and the passwords.

Brnovich’s investigation must be completed within 30 days. If he finds that a violation was in fact made, then the county has 30 days to rectify it.

Senators Rogers, Townsend, and Borelli have been at the forefront of the 2020 Arizona election audit. They have been leading the charge to expose possible fraud and corruption. Many states now want to follow in their lead. Time will tell what, if anything, Maricopa County has to hide, or if they have been dragging their feet just to waste Republican resources.