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We Are Reporting on A Petition for Review Special Action in Writ of Quo Warranto that was delivered to the Arizona Supreme Court on Friday, reported Arizona Red Roots Telegram Channel.
Their post is below…
For a short definition, Quo Warranto is a special form of legal action used to resolve a dispute over whether a specific person has the legal right to hold an office.
The PETITIONERS (ones who filed it) are not all public.
The Named RESPONDENTS are as follows:
Governor Doug Ducey
Secretary of State Katie Hobbs
State Treasurer Kimberly Yee
Maricopa Sheriff Paul Penzone
Pima Sheriff Chris Nanos
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego
Tucson Mayor Regina Romero
Maricopa Recorder Stephen Richer
Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman
Corporations Commissioner Ana Tovar
Corporations Commissioner Lea Marquez Peterson
Corporations Commissioner Sandra D. Kennedy
Corporations Commissioner Justin Olson
District 9 Senator Victoria Steele
District 10 Senator Kirsten Engle
District 25 Representative Russell Bowers
District 9 Representative Randall Friese
District 10 Representative Domingo DeGarzia
District 12 Representative Travis Grantham
The Petitioners challenge the Respondents’ right to office based on actions by others that were in direct violation of Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA) Federal Law and State Statute.
“Conditions for receiving votes for office were not met as to law and statute. Therefore Respondents are inadvertent usurpers.”
“Our rights have been grossly violated and injury occurred and is occurring. The facts show clearly egregious illegality. Results of these failures render null the leadership in place.”
The Relief Requested:
Petitioner respectfully requests that the Court enter Judgement against the Respondents as follows:
- Order that each Respondent be removed from the trusted office that is now held unlawfully.
- Order a pro-tempore only seat to the challengers until such time as free, fair and secure elections can be held.