Arizona GOP chairman hopeful asked Maricopa County not to certify midterm results

A candidate running to replace former Arizona GOP Chairman Jeff DeWit asked Maricopa County supervisors to delay certifying the state’s 2022 midterm elections.

According to an email obtained by Votebeat, Jim O’Connor, chairman of the Arizona Corporation Commission, asked the county supervisors on Nov. 27, 2022, to delay certifying the election.

“Please look over the attached and allow reason and prudence to lead you all to delay certification of your County canvass until all the facts come to light,” O’Connor wrote in the email, claiming that he had attached evidence that the county’s voting equipment wasn’t properly certified. 

However, the secretary of state’s office has repeatedly stated there is no evidence of voter fraud and provided evidence that the equipment used in the election was properly certified. Maricopa County rejected O’Connor’s request and voted to
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