Arizona

GOP lawmakers from Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia want to conduct unnecessary, conspiratorial audits of the 2020 election in their home states.
"Our democracy is too important to be sacrificed at the altar of archaic and anti-democratic Senate procedures such as the filibuster," the group told the senator.
The measure will require the replacement of about 6 square miles of grass in the metro Las Vegas area, and save around 25 million gallons of water per day.
Phoenix has become ground zero in the “stop the steal” movement’s push to prove that the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump.
The efforts have been inspired by an audit of the votes in Arizona’s Maricopa County, an elaborate exercise engineered by the GOP-led state Senate.
County weighs defamation suit after Cyber Ninjas auditors claim a database was destroyed. County officials say they were simply too inept to find it.
The partisan firm auditing the November votes broke the "chain of custody" for machine possession, raising tampering concerns, the secretary of state said.
And a county election official ripped Donald Trump as “unhinged” for parroting false complaints about the ballots.
"The Daily Show" correspondent finds a less-than-professional operation behind the GOP-led election audit.
The new law, which could remove tens of thousands of people from the state’s Permanent Early Voting List, is the latest Republican effort to restrict the vote.