The Arizona Senate on Thursday pulled the plug on a plan to vote on a budget and instead adjourned until June 10 unless they break the impasse earlier on the $12.8 billion spending plan. Republican Senate President Karen Fann announced Thursday afternoon that her hopes of getting all 16 Republican members to back the deal
Maricopa County officials on Friday directed the Arizona Senate and the auditors it hired to review the county’s 2020 election count to preserve documents for a possible lawsuit. The county made the demand in a letter after the auditors refused to back down from their claim that the county destroyed evidence by deleting an election
Dr. Lyle Rapacki asks Col. Phil Waldron more questions that were submitted from readers.
Americans by nature are slow to anger, most forgiving, and historically have placed trust in elected officials. My videocast show, ARIZONA TODAY, has demonstrated that very serious questions arose almost immediately during the last national election ballot counting. From the close of the all day public hearing held in Phoenix, Arizona, the same legislative public
Dr. Lyle Rapacki of Arizona Today discusses the decision by the Maricopa County Superior Court Judge to agree with the Arizona Senate’s request for the voting machines and ballots.
Dr. Lyle Rapacki, of Arizona Today, interviews Representative Mark Finchem about the alleged election fraud in Maricopa County. Rep. Finchem announces that he is seeking a meeting with the Arizona Attorney General to call for a Grand Jury to be convened to look at the evidence.