Attorney General Mark Brnovich is rejecting a plea to delay next week’s school funding special election. A complaint was filed calling for postponement because informational pamphlets were not mailed to voters in a timely manner. Although Brnovich agrees Secretary of State Michele Reagan
broke the law in not adhering to “strict compliance”, requirements, he says there’s no penalty for violations. Without sanctions, he says, he has no way to enforce the law.
Brnovich rants, “ I am so frustrated. It seems like every time we have an election here, it ends up in a goat rope. I mean, it’s just incredible that we can’t get these things right.” Reagan is already under the federal gun as the Justice Department investigates March’s botched Presidential Preference Election.