The Senate subpoena issued on July 26 demanded that representatives for Dominion and Maricopa County deliver the election materials to them by 1 p.m. on Monday.
Maricopa County Board Chairman Jack Sellers sent a contemptuous letter to the Senate body Monday defying the subpoena, proclaiming that "there was no fraud" in Arizona's 2020 election.
"The Board has real work to do and little time to entertain this adventure in never-never land. Please finish whatever it is you are doing and release whatever it is you are going to release," Sellers wrote.
"There was no fraud, there wasn't an injection of ballots from Asia nor was there a satellite that beamed votes into our election equipment. It's time for all elected officials to tell the truth and stop encouraging conspiracies."