LIVE: HUGE MARICOPA AUDIT UPDATE

Mari­co­pa Coun­ty Judge did not issue a restrain­ing order today. The audit continues.

Arizona’s attor­ney gen­er­al has brushed away the state’s top elec­tion official’s call for an inves­ti­ga­tion into pos­si­ble irreg­u­lar­i­ties in a leg­isla­tive chamber’s new­ly begun audit of 2020 elec­tion results from the state’s most pop­u­lous county.

Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sec­re­tary of State Katie Hobbs on April 23 cit­ed media reports of secu­ri­ty laps­es at the audit site and the audi­tors’ plans to ques­tion Mari­co­pa Coun­ty vot­ers at their homes. But Repub­li­can Attor­ney Gen­er­al Mark Brnovich lat­er Fri­day said Hobbs pro­vid­ed “no facts” to war­rant an investigation.

Valid com­plaints will be inves­ti­gat­ed, Brnovich wrote Hobbs in a let­ter. “Any such com­plaints, how­ev­er, must be based on cred­i­ble facts and not con­jec­ture of pol­i­tics,” he said.

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