Senate President Fann Sends Letter to SOS Hobbs Featured

Senate President Karen Fann writes to Secretary of State Katie Hobbs

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  • This election cycle has been extremely contentious
  • Serious allegations fo fraud and corruption have been raised by various parties
  • Fann expresses concern that allegations will linger indefinitely
  • Fann asks that Hobbs make all data and testing available to independent expert evaluation
  • Read more…

On Monday, Senate President Karen Fann sent a letter to Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, expressing her concern about the current status of the election. 

“Under the circumstances,” Fann writes, “It is not surprising that serious allegations of fraud and corruption in the election process have been raised by various parties.”

Fann explained that she is concerned that the allegations will linger indefinitely and could cause substantial damage to the credibility of the democratic process.

Fann requests that Hobbs make the data and information available to independent expert evaluation.

“Assuming the allegations of fraud are without merit, an independent analysis would help to restore credibility,’ Fann wrote.

As of the writing of this article, Secretary Hobbs has not yet answered.

You can read her entire letter below.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 10 November 2020 00:05
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