The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is refusing to comply with subpoenas issued by the Arizona Senate to audit and inspect their Dominion ballot counting machines. They will file a complaint in Superior Court and send a letter to the Senate informing them of their decision.
"I move that we authorize the county attorney to respond to the subpoenas issued by the Senate by filing a complaint in Superior Court and by sending a letter to the Senate as directed in executive session," Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Jack Sellers said in a special meeting Friday that was broadcast by RSBN.
On Tuesday Big League Politics reported that the Arizona Senate was going to issue the subpoenas. Senator Eddie Farnsworth (R-Gilbert), the chair of the Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee, made the announcement Monday at the end of a legislative session, saying that there is evidence of tampering and fraud.