New bill would give Arizona Legislature power to reverse presidential election results

The Center Square

The Campaign Legal Center said earlier in January that any attempt by state legislatures to overturn elections would most assuredly violate federal laws and likely run afoul of the U.S. Constitution. Bolick’s proposed legislation would also require a clear, uninterrupted video of vote processing and tabulation that, if interrupted, “shall result in members of the board of supervisors and the county recorder being deemed ineligible for reelection and barred from holding any public office in this state for ten years after the expiration of the term of office in which the disruption in video coverage occurred.”

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