UPDATE: AZ LD3 Republicans Vote in New Executive Board Amid Pushback From AZGOP and Lawsuit By Former LD Chair – LD3 Treasurer Thanks The Gateway Pundit for Covering Controversial Story (VIDEO)
Newly elected Maricopa County GOP LD3 Board
Legislative District three Republicans met on Thursday to vote for a new board after former LD3 Chairwoman Candace Czarny attempted to sue the Maricopa County Republican Committee(MCRC) to stop an election from taking place.
This comes after the LD3 assembly passed a vote of no confidence against Czarny 92-51 on February 9, and the Maricopa County Executive Guidance Committee voted earlier this month to formally censure and demand the resignation of the questionably elected Legislative District 3 chairwoman. They also voted to hold a revote following the challenged election for Legislative District 3 leadership. Issues raised by members of LD3, election whistleblowers, and the MCRC include broken chain of custody, proxy fraud, and election procedure violations.
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The Maricopa County GOP immediately faced backlash from LD3 Chairwoman Candace Czarny and Arizona GOP Chairman Jeff DeWit, who possibly threatened a lawsuit against the Maricopa County Republican Committee on Wednesday.
In a letter on Wednesday, Dewit warned “we are meeting again soon with our legal counsel to discuss specific options.”
Although DeWit claims he is not taking sides in this matter, in his Wednesday letter, he accused the Maricopa County GOP of going “rogue and blindsid[ing] everyone by circumventing all the great work people were doing to resolve this issue in a congenial manner.” Candace Czarny then announced her own lawsuit against the MAGA-aligned and election integrity-supporting Maricopa County Republican Committee and Chairman Craig Berland, while giving thanks to the AZGOP for their “support.”
The MCRC put out a press release shortly after, acknowledging Czarny’s lawsuit stating, “the MCRC has not been served with a restraining order and the LD3 Election meeting scheduled for March 30th will take place as previously posted.”
DeWit refused to speak to The Gateway Pundit about this issue and instead sent a spokesperson to restate his claims that he remains a neutral party and that the lawsuit did not name DeWit as a plaintiff. Still, based on public statements by DeWit and Czarny, the lawsuit appeared to be backed by the AZGOP.
Source: The Gateway Pundit