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A judge is allowing the Arizona senate to audit the state’s 2020 election results
A judge has recently ruled that the Arizona Senate has a right to access 2.1 million ballots and election equipment from the 2020 election. State lawmakers want to audit the election results after accusations of voter fraud. Joe Biden won the state, surprising many political pundits.
Local officials fought state subpoenas to turn over the ballots, arguing that ballots are secret and that lawmakers have no right to see them.
But the judge disagreed, ruling that state legislators have the authority to regulate Arizona elections, and that means access to ballots after the fact.
It’s a victory for those who have long argued that our election system’s integrity has been threatened, especially with the massive use of mail-in ballots in last year’s election.
What’s interesting is that Arizona wants to examine the voting equipment as well. Will they find anything suspicious?
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Why a Texas plumber is helping fix pipes for free
One of Texans’ biggest problems after the massive winter storm is fixing all of the burst pipes. A brutal winter storm hit the Lone Star state, breaking records for snowfall and low temperatures. As a result, thousands of homeowners and businesses had to deal with burst water pipes as they froze.
Homes in that area don’t have to insulate their pipes in the same way that people in the North and East Coast do. But now that the storm has come and gone, residents in Texas are left with a mess.
Thankfully, people like Benny Rodriguez are stepping up to help out. Rodriguez is offering his plumbing services for free to those who were impacted by the winter storm. Thanks to him, many of his neighbors don’t have to worry about spending thousands of dollars for repairs!
If you have uplifting and heart-warming stories from your local area that exemplify everyday America, be sure to let us know. We just might include it in our next edition!
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