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Father, thank You for progress towards election accountability and integrity. We ask for a full accounting of Arizona's election, as well as all elections in question in this nation.

In advance of the Arizona audit results coming out on Friday, September 24, we bring you this good news out of Maricopa County . . . 

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted on Friday…to settle with the Arizona Senate, agreeing to the appointment by the court of a Special Master to handle questions involving the County’s routers as part of the audit of the 2020 general election.

“Under threat of losing hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue…today Maricopa County settled with the State Senate, a victory for election integrity and the Arizona taxpayer,” said Senate President Karen Fann. “The agreement set up a Special Master paid for by the County, who will get the answers to questions the Senate has concerning the routers and splunk logs used in the 2020 Election…”

“The Senate will finally get the answers to the questions asked for in the subpoenas issued to the County months ago,” continued Sen. Fann. “In addition, the County has agreed to drop its Notice of Claim of $2.8 million to replace election equipment delivered to the Senate as required in the January subpoena. Experts…told us…nothing…[was]compromised or damaged by the audit…There is no reason taxpayers should be on the hook for purchasing the necessary new election equipment.”…

In late August, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office…determined the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is in violation of state law for failing to comply with the Arizona Senate’s legislative subpoena.

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office (AGO) notified the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors that if they failed to resolve the violation within 30 days, the AGO…would notify the Arizona Treasurer to withhold state revenue from Maricopa County until MCBOS complies…

Share a prayer and praise in the comments below for this victory for election accountability integrity!

(Excerpt from Arizona Daily Independent News Network. Article by ADI Staff. Photo Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images).

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  1. Father in the name of Jesus we are grateful for every volunteer in this effort as well as every good and honest public servants who want to see any fraud fully uncovered and investigated. Keep the momentum father and assist with providing every need, innJesus name we thank you and receive it.

  2. Thanks for this helpful update on progress on this audit. I would like to encourage readers to go to
    Mike Lindell’s to see how progress is coming in other States and their audits. May God help all the elected leaders to realize how badly the 2020 election was compromised by the machines and correct the election results in their states now. The access to these routers is a step in the right direction. Thanks to the Arizona Senate for stepping up on behalf of all of us to make sure the election was fair and honest. Righteousness exalts a nation but sin is a reproach.

  3. In the Mighty Name of Jesus Christ, We declare God’s Word over all the lies and deceit that have been propagated in our nation:
    “The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress truth in their wickedness.” Romans 1:18

  4. Heavenly Father, thank you, your truth is coming out about the 2020 presidential election. Father God I pray that more and more of your truth will be reveal and your Justice will be up held. In Jesus Holy Name Amen

  5. I’m not certain this is as great a victory as claimed. As I recall, the original order was that Maricopa County turn over the routers for inspection. This new settlement agrees to the “appointment by the court of a Special Master to handle QUESTIONS involving the County’s routers.” Forgive me, but I’m skeptical. This settlement never provides access to the routers. Considering the long history of fraud, lies, and obfuscation by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors how can we trust that the information provided will be truthful? More prayer required!

    1. I agree. This may not be as good as it sounds. Who decides who the Special Master is? If this person is chosen by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors or a compromised judge, I am skeptical we will know the truth.

      II Chronicles 19:6-7 was highlighted to me recently:
      “Then he (King Jehoshaphat) said to the judges, “Consider what you are doing, for you do not judge for man, but for the LORD, who is with you in the matter of judging. AND NOW, MAY THE TERROR OF THE LORD BE ON YOU. Watch what you do , for there is no injustice or partiality or taking bribes with the LORD our God.”

      and verse 11d
      “Be strong, may the LORD be with those who do what is good.”

      Father God,
      I thank You for stirring up the Arizona Senate to pursue truth and justice in the results of the 2020 election. Please guide and empower them to bring this audit to an accurate conclusion. I declare in the name of Jesus Christ that all satanic attempts of the enemy will be thwarted and nullified, all deception will be exposed, and corruption will be dealt with appropriately.

      Thank You for Who You are: the Creator, Redeemer, mighty God, everlasting Father who looks on Your creation with compassion. You see our distress. No one withstands Your will, and we worship You giving You all praise and glory and honor.

  6. Heavenly Father, thank you for seeing to it that justice will move forward and all that was illegal and fraudulent in the 2020 election will be revealed with no doubt, no excuse from those involved, no way out of baring responsibility and guilt. Protect those who have suffered abuse due to their diligence in securing clarity in Maricipa County elections. May every state with similar suspected fraud be brought to justice. Only You, Mighty, all-knowing, God can bring this nation back to a place of trust and voter integrity. We groan under the manifested evil of false leaders that fraud has put in place in our country. Hear our prayers for healing, for revival of America’s soul, turning hearts to see You as our only HOPE. You are God and there is no other. Righteousness and justice are Your standards, so we pray that Your will be established over America….as our founding fathers sought covenant with you first….in our beginnings. Amen

  7. Father God, I praise You are Light and there is no darkness in You. Thank You that You know everything done in secret and You will bring it into the Light. Father praise You that You are a God of Truth. Lord May our nation know the Truth and May the Truth set us free. Deliver us from evil dear Lord. Thank You for pouring out Your Spirit and bring revival to our land. In Your powerful Name Jesus

  8. Praise God for Arizona State Senate!
    This brings us,who know that the 2020
    election was tampered with, hope.
    When the righteous leaders succeed, the nation prospers. Now may every state follow the example of AZ!


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