PHOENIX (AP) — Republicans who control the Arizona Senate were poised to hold the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors in contempt Monday for failing to turn over voting machines and ballots from the November election that lawmakers want to examine as they continue to question President Joe Biden’s win in the state.
If the contempt resolution passes, as appears likely, the five-member board could be subject to immediate arrest.
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