Arizona’s Democratic Attorney General Announces Election Charges Against Two Republican Officials

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Arizona’s Democratic Attorney General is making no secret of his crackdown on Republican opposition.

Kris Mayes, who was narrowly elected as Arizona attorney general last year after multiple recounts, announced the charges in a media release on Wednesday.

Mayes revealed that a State Grand Jury had returned felony indictments against Peggy Suzanne Judd, 61, of Willcox, and Terry Crosby, age 64, of Sierra Vista, and charged the pair with Interference with an Election Officer and Conspiracy.

Judd and Crosby, both of whom are Republicans, currently serve as Cochise County Supervisors.

“The repeated attempts to undermine our democracy are unacceptable,” Mayes said in a statement.

“I took an oath to uphold the rule of law, and my office will continue to enforce Arizona’s elections laws and support our election officials as they carry out the duties and responsibilities of their offices,” he continued.

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