US Supreme Court Dismisses Allegations of Election Fraud by Pinal Resident | Local News
Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services
PHOENIX – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday dismissed what is likely the last remaining legal challenge to Arizona voters’ choice of Joe Biden for president.
Without comment, judges declined to consider a request from Pinal County resident Staci Burk that she should be allowed to pursue her allegations of evidence of voter fraud. She wanted to have access to the ballots to prove that some were not valid.
The judges, however, never had to consider these allegations. In fact, it wasn’t even part of his High Court application.
What Burk wanted – and what the judges refused to grant her – was a hearing on whether she was a “voter” under Arizona law who had standing to bring such a claim first. location. It is this lack of quality that has allowed state courts, up to the Arizona Supreme Court, to ignore his claims.
In his underlying claims, Burk alleged widespread fraud and improper counting by voting machines. She also claims that someone sent a batch of ballots to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, some of which Burk said were taken to the Maricopa County ballot compilation center.
Burk never had a hearing on her claims after her case was dismissed last year by Pinal County Superior Court Judge Kevin White, who found she had no right legal to prosecute because it did not meet the legal definition of “qualified voter”. was because she was not registered to vote in the 2020 race.