Court names the 20 people who wanted to toss Arizona elections, put themselves in office

By Richard Ruelas | Arizona Republic

Had the case gone their way, Arizona would have seen the inauguration of Gov. Bradley James Burchfield, Phoenix Mayor Samantha Nicole Arrey and Maricopa County Sheriff Brian Steiner.

Those three were among the 20 people who filed a request with the Arizona Supreme Court that the past two general elections be invalidated and certain people who won their seats in those contests be tossed out of office. In their place, the group offered to install themselves as temporary caretakers until a proper election could be held.

The group initially filed its petition anonymously, its names under seal by its request.

However, the Arizona Supreme Court, in a Wednesday ruling, ordered the names be made public. A document was unsealed Thursday that revealed the names.

None appear to be recognizable political figures in Arizona.

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