By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services/Arizona Capitol Times
The failure of Secretary of State Michele Reagan to properly monitor last month’s presidential primary is grounds to have the results voided even if it won’t change the outcome, an attorney challenging the results told a judge Tuesday.
Michael Kielsky cited what he said were of irregularities in how several counties handled the election. Those range from the long lines in Maricopa County to voters in Pima County and elsewhere being told their political party registration had been changed. And he said Reagan “knew or should have known.’’