Arizona Republicans file lawsuit against SOS after discovery of up to 1.3 million illegal voters on voter rolls

by | Jun 5, 2024

The Arizona Republican Party and the Arizona Free Enterprise Club has initiated legal action against Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, alleging significant irregularities in the state's voter registration records. They claim to have found evidence of between 500,000 and 1.3 million improperly registered voters.

Both organizations have accused Fontes of violating multiple provisions of the National Voter Registration Act. The lawsuit addresses discrepancies in Arizona’s voter registration system and the presence of ineligible voters on the state's voter rolls.

The lawsuit asserts that research into Arizona's voter rolls revealed an estimated 500,000 to 1.27 million invalid registrations, which include deceased individuals and those who have relocated out of state. Certain counties were also found to have disproportionately high voter registration rates, with some lists exceeding “100% of eligible voters.”

As part of their legal efforts, both groups are seeking judicial intervention to rectify the voter rolls and establish a robust system to prevent future discrepancies.

The lawsuit stipulates that both the Arizona Free Enterprise Club and the Republican Party of Arizona are requesting the court to declare Fontes's violations of the National Voter Registration Act, mandate the implementation of voter roll maintenance programs, and issue an injunction compelling the state to adhere to these measures.


Read the lawsuit here.

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