Maricopa County Board Refuses to Discuss Election Concerns, Calls for Audit to End


The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors announced on Monday that it would not attend a meeting requested by Arizona Senate President Karen Fann to answer questions raised to date by an audit of the 2020 presidential election.

In fact, the board took it a step further and called for the audit to end. Chairman Jack Sellers declared he would not be answering any more questions regarding November’s election, which the board helped oversee.

If the board wanted to take the election integrity concerns that many voters have to the next level, there would be no better way to do it.

Sellers launched into invectives right from the outset of Monday’s meeting.

“We are here under some bizarre circumstances to discuss responding to an unfortunate letter from the president of the Arizona state Senate,” he said.

Sellers then said he would not be responding to the particulars contained in Fann’s letter.

“This board is done explaining anything to these people who are playing investigator with our constituents’ ballots and equipment, paid for with real people’s tax dollars,” Sellers said. “It’s time to be done with this craziness and get on with our county’s critical business.”

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