Arizona GOP Set to Meet About 2020 Presidential Election

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Over the past week or so, multiple polls have shown that most Republicans and Trump supporters are not of the belief that the 2020 presidential election was fair. Only 3% of Trump supporters currently view Biden as a legitimate winner of this year’s race for the Oval Office.
Due to the countless reports of voter irregularities and fraud, Republicans are proceeding with charges of voter fraud in the courts. Top Republicans such as RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel remain in close contact with the legal team working on behalf of President Trump.

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Biden and his left-wing handlers/allies are more than ready for talks of voter fraud and cheating in the election to go away; however, this just isn’t going to happen right now.
As a matter of fact, Newsmax confirms that Arizona GOP members set a meeting to discuss the 2020 race and various issues that have arisen from it. 

Arizona Republicans and the 2020 Presidential Election

Tomorrow, members of the Arizona GOP will congregate in Pheonix for a serious talk about this month’s presidential race. The aims of this upcoming meeting are centered around hearing out reports of fraud and witnessing subsequent supportive evidence.
Of course, news that Arizona Republicans will meet tomorrow to hear out reports of cheating in this election has engendered left-wing criticism. Democrats in the Grand Canyon State are writing off tomorrow’s gathering as nothing more than a partisan delaying stunt.
Nonetheless, the Arizona GOP is within its right to not look the other way when cheating and irregularities are alleged. The meeting on Monday stands, no matter how harshly Democrats censure it.

Unknowns About Tomorrow’s Meeting

All information regarding Arizona Republicans’ meeting has yet to come out. For instance, the involvement of President Trump’s lawyers remains unknown; they could easily tune into the meeting online or make travel plans to attend in person.

Doug Ducey, Arizona’s Republican governor, came out last week and declared that Biden won his state. Ducey also stated that he sees no reason why the Grand Canyon State wouldn’t move forward with the certification of election results. Only time will tell whether or not tomorrow’s meeting impacts Arizona’s election certification.
News of the meeting arrives as President Trump continues to brand the 2020 presidential race as a “fraud.”
What do you think will come from the Arizona GOP’s meeting on Monday? Do you believe the state will certify Joe Biden as its winner? Share your predictions down below in the comments section.