Ninth Circuit Grants Attorney General Brnovich's Request for a Stay of Mandate in DNC v. Hobbs

PHOENIX – The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has granted Attorney General Brnovich's motion to stay the Court's mandate in the DNC v. Hobbs case. Today's order ensures Arizona's ban on ballot harvesting and the law regarding out-of-precinct voting will remain in place until the U.S. Supreme Court has a chance to hear the appeal of the case.

“Our job is to defend the law and we’re not going to let out-of-state special interests systematically dismantle our election integrity safeguards,” said Attorney General Mark Brnovich. "Arizonans should determine what common sense voter fraud laws are appropriate for our state."

A copy of today's order.