Judge declines to enforce subpoenas seeking access to voting machines and records in Maricopa County

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(Worthy News) – A Maricopa County Superior Court judge tossed out the Arizona state Senate’s request that he order local officials to allow access to voting machines and records to aid a GOP-led effort to audit the county’s election results.

In a ruling on Wednesday, Judge Randall Warner said state Senate President Karen Fann and Sen. Eddie Farnsworth did not follow the appropriate procedures to enforce a legislative subpoena. But they are allowed to refile their case, according to KTAR.

Unless an update is filed, the matter will be dismissed on Feb. 1. The ruling is a setback for supporters of President Trump, as Congress is set to count and certify the Electoral College results on Jan. 6. Trump refuses to concede the election to President-elect Joe Biden, claiming the contest was stolen through massive voter fraud, although federal and state officials have said there is no evidence to support such a claim. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]

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