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WATCH: AZ State Rep. Mark Finchem Expects Arrests in Arizona: “Maricopa County Isn’t The Only County – We Are Waiting for Indictments”

Yesterday, Arizona State Representative and Candidate for Secretary of State Mark Finchem joined Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers on with Brannon Howse and Bill Federer to give his update on Pima County, Arizona, and the Arizona Attorney General’s 2020 election fraud investigation.

President Trump earlier endorsed Mark Finchem for Arizona Secretary of State in 2022.

The Gateway Pundit reported on State Senator Rogers’ appearance where she stated that Arizona will attempt to decertify in the next legislative session.

WATCH: AZ State Senator Wendy Rogers: 186 Legislators From 39 States Call For 50 State Audit – Arizona Looks To DECERTIFY

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers appeared on with Brannon Howse and Bill Federer today to give an update on the Arizona audit. Senator Rogers’ ‘Audit 50 States Letter’ is rapidly gaining signatures from state legislators who embrace election integrity in almost every state. Rogers tweeted an update on Monday, stating that 186 legislators have now …

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State Rep. Mark Finchem recently spoke at President Trump’s Save America Rally in Des Moines, Iowa where he told the enormous crowd that roughly 35,000 fictitious votes were discovered in Pima County, in addition to the devastating findings from Maricopa County.

This finding was so huge that President Trump shared The Gateway Pundit’s report via press release.

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