Arizona AG Seeks Giuliani on 2020 Election Interference Charges

Arizona officials are on the lookout for Rudy Giuliani after he was indicted for supposedly interfering in the 2020 election. Giuliani, along with 17 other officials, is being accused of trying to change the outcome of the election in Arizona. Other individuals indicted include former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and Trump campaign operative Mike Roman.

Despite their efforts, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office has been unable to serve Giuliani with the notice of his indictment. They have tried multiple times to deliver the summons to him, but have had no luck so far.

The notice that the Attorney General’s Office is attempting to deliver would inform Giuliani that he is required to appear before a judge on May 21. This follows the April indictment, which alleges that Giuliani and others tried to prevent the lawful transfer of the presidency to keep former President Trump in office against the will of Arizona’s voters.

These charges are part of a broader pattern of accusations against Trump’s allies who are accused of attempting to overturn the 2020 election results. Trump lost the election in Arizona to President Biden by a small margin, and recent polls show him leading Biden in the state for the upcoming election.

Written by Staff Reports

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