Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich says his office has closed its investigation into allegations of dead people voting in the 2020 election. Only one of 282 people who were dead before Oct. 5, 2020, voted in the Nov. 3 general election, he wrote in a letter to state Senate President Karen Fann. Fann and members of the GOP-controlled Senate launched the ballot review after President Donald Trump narrowly lost the 2020 presidential election. Trump has blasted the attorney general for not doing enough to get to the bottom of unfounded allegations of widespread fraud he claims led to his loss.
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