AZ Sec. Of State Admits She’s Working With Other State Leaders To ‘Make Sure’ Audits Like AZ ‘Doesn’t Happen In Their States’

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Arizona’s Secretary of State Katie Hobbs admitted that she is working with other secretaries of state and leaders around America to try preventing efforts to investigate the 2020 election like the forensic audit that is underway in Maricopa County.

Hobbs gave the indication while appearing for an interview with MSNBC’s Ali Velshi.

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“This is contagious,” Velshi told Hobbs before pointing to conversations he has had with leaders in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. “Have you been talking to the secretaries of state in those [states] about how to keep the system safe and not have things fall out of the hand of the chain of custody?”

“Yea, absolutely,” Hobbs, a Democrat, replied. “I have been working with a bipartisan group of secretaries of states who are very closely watching what’s happening in Arizona to try to make sure it doesn’t happen in their states.”

“And I should add not just secretaries of states but other attorneys general and governors as well,” Hobbs said. Video Below