AZ Senate Elections Committee Chair Senator Wendy Rogers Fires Off Public Records Request to Inspect Maricopa County 2022 Ballot Signatures

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers demanded an opportunity to inspect “the affidavit envelopes and signature exemplars from Maricopa County records used in the 2022 election” from the Maricopa County Recorder earlier today.

Senator Rogers, Chairwoman of the Arizona Senate Elections Committee, fired off the following tweet with a photocopy of her new public records request.

Maricopa County refuses to provide Kari Lake’s legal team with the allegedly fraudulent ballot signatures. This is despite a recent ruling from the Arizona Supreme Court ordering the trial court to reconsider the issue of signature verification fraud.

Senator Rogers’ public records request for “legislative purposes” comes after Maricopa County denied a similar request from Kari Lake’s legal team.

The Gateway Pundit reported on Friday that Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer denied lawful public records requests from Kari Lake’s attorney and from The Gateway Pundit to examine these signatures, citing ARS 16-168(F).

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