Maricopa County Board of Supervisors

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

Arizona Forensic Audit Update

In this edition of Arizona Today, Dr. Lyle discusses what has been happening with the forensic audit of the Maricopa County ballots (the actual paper ballots, not copies) and voting machines, the recall of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, and reads some of the letters he has been getting from viewers.

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

Update on Maricopa County Voting Machine Audit

Lyle Rapacki interviews Arizona Senator Sonny Borrelli about what has been happening between the Arizona Senate and the Maricopa Board of Supervisors over the audit of the voting machines and ballots.

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

Maricopa Board of Supervisors Agrees to Forensic Audit

Lyle Rapacki, of Arizona Today, discusses what has happened with the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and the subpoenas that the Arizona Senate has sent to them. Dr. Rapacki also discusses what is happening to our nation. The letter from the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to the Arizona Senate: And Karen Fann’s, President of

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

UPDATE: Arizona Senate Continuing Investigation

Dr. Lyle Rapatcki from Arizona Today, Prescott eNews, interviews Arizona Senator Sonny Borrelli about the new developments in the Senate investigation of the Maricopa County voting machines and ballots.

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

Arizona Senate Demands Investigation

Dr. Lyle Rapacki of Prescott eNews‘ Arizona Today talks about the investigation of the voting machines, and ballots in Maricopa County. The discussion involves the actions of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and their refusal to obey the subpoenas sent to them by the Senate.

Politics

Arizona’s largest county certifies Biden win over Trump

The elected leaders of Arizona’s most populous county certified election results Friday that showed Democrat Joe Biden won the presidential race and set the stage for state leaders to certify results once one holdout county follows suit next week. The five-member Maricopa County Board of Supervisors acted after lawsuits backed by the Republican Party and

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