• The Intercept
After Arizona's appellate courts ruled in favor of the Libertarian argument for prospective relief for rigged elections, serious efforts were initiated to ensure that justice remained an unobtainable dream. The goal of the lawsuit, of course, is to make elections a transparent process by removing Pima County's ability to cheat undetected. Over six years of litigation was required for the courts to decide they indeed have jurisdiction to ensure clean elections, especially after the legislative and executive branches failed to provide that remedy. Discovery of criminal activity in the elections division is an ancillary outcome that is part of the process for the hearing to provide prospective relief against rigged elections in Pima County.
To preserve the critically flawed nature of Pima County's elections system, Administrator Chuck Huckelberry continues to resist a forensic exam of the ballots now residing at Iron Mountain's storage facility. Huckelberry is now willing to contra
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