• April 20, 2024

Soros-Backed Secretary of State Katie Hobbs Violates Arizona State Election Law by Shutting Down Election Petition System for Certain Candidates

 Soros-Backed Secretary of State Katie Hobbs Violates Arizona State Election Law by Shutting Down Election Petition System for Certain Candidates

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs has violated Arizona election law by closing Arizona’s online candidate petition portal for 2022 until the end of the filing period. 

In January, Katie Hobbs was threatened with a class 6 felony if she chose to violate the law by closing the E-Qual online system for candidate petitions. Arizona statute requires the Secretary of State to provide a secure internet portal for candidate petitions.

The Gateway Pundit reported that Hobbs’ tried to sue AG Brnovich to prevent her prosecution, but the court threw out her bogus case. Hobbs responded, revealing her plans to subvert election law anyway.

AZ Attorney General Mark Brnovich Threatens To Prosecute Soros-Funded Secretary of State Katie Hobbs For Rigging 2022

Hobbs recently shut down the E-Qual system for the remainder of the filing period, only for legislative and congressional candidates, but not for statewide candidates like herself.

Hobbs is running for Governor of Arizona and she is trying to steal another election.

On Friday, Attorney General Mark Brnovich urged Arizona voters and candidates to file a criminal complaint against Katie Hobbs for her election law violations.

If you’re unable to access the E-Qual system, you can file an election complaint with our office: https://t.co/e9rFhbhKPf

— Mark Brnovich (@GeneralBrnovich) March 18, 2022

Talonya Adams, a former Democratic staffer in the Arizona Senate, tweeted noting the clear conflict of interest for Hobbs’ failing gubernatorial campaign. The E-Qual system remains open to Katie Hobbs. 

The Gateway Pundit reported that a jury awarded Talonya Adams $2.75 million after facing racial discrimination from Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs. She then called on Katie Hobbs to resign from office and drop out of the race for Governor.

Funny how E-Qual is available to sign for @SecretaryHobbs, but not a single #azleg candidate. Seems like an undeclared conflict of interest for an #azgov candidate struggling to meet the signature nomination threshold.

Anyone else getting this error message? #azsos#azelectionhttps://t.co/m5v0TfWLo9pic.twitter.com/6y3yLbwc9d

— Talonya Adams,

Esq. (@TalonyaAdams) March 19, 2022

When attempting to sign an online petition for legislative or congressional races, Arizona voters are confronted with this message:

Your 2022 congressional and legislative and districts will not be reflected in E-Qual until all counties finish implementing the updates into the statewide voter registration database. Until the counties complete this work, E-Qual will be unavailable for voters to sign petitions or contribute $5 Qualifying Contributions for congressional and legislative candidates. Statewide, U.S. Senate and local

Source: The Gateway Pundit

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