The AZ AG referred a criminal action against AZ Secretary of State Katie Hobbs to the Cochise County Attorney, Brian Mclntyre.
The letter was sent this Tuesday, and AG Mark Brnovich delegated his powers to enforce criminal action against crooked Katie Hobbs for closing the online candidate petition portal and intentionally violating the law.
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AZ law states: ‘’ the secretary of state shall provide a system for qualified electors to sign a nomination petition … for [candidates for statewide and legislative offices] by way of a secure internet portal.’’
On January 18, The AG Office issued this warning: ‘’ a public officer upon whom a duty is imposed by Title 16, who knowingly fails or refuses to perform that duty in the manner prescribed by law or knowingly acts in violation of any provision of such law, is guilty of either a class 6 felony or class 3 misdemeanor. A.R.S. §§ 16-1009, -1010. The Attorney General is required to enforce the provisions of Title 16 through civil and criminal actions in any election for members of the legislature. A.R.S. § 16-1021.’’
Brnovich even threatened to imprison Katie Hobbs for this election law violation, and Hobbs sued Brnovich asking for injunctive relief.
Katie Hobbs didn’t back down from disenfranchising voters, and she closed the online petition for certain candidates in violation of the law.
The AG sent this letter to County Attorney Brian Mclntyre: