Arizona’s Republican Party said Friday that it would appeal its election integrity case to the U.S. Supreme Court, coming days after it was rejected by the state Supreme Court.
“Our case is going to the Supreme Court of the United States,” GOP Chair Kelli Ward said Friday in a video posted on Twitter. “We are filing, and hopefully, we will be accepted with an expedited [push] behind us.”
Ward noted that the case is only the third election-related lawsuit that has been filed with the Supreme Court, including Rep. Mike Kelly’s (R-Pa.) petition to overturn Pennsylvania’s results as well as Texas’ lawsuit against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
“It is unconstitutional for us not to have due process, which is time to be able to make a case, do discovery, and hold an entire hearing,” Ward explained, adding that Arizona judges that rejected their lawsuits have “set unrealistic deadlines.” Read more…