Abraham Hamadeh is pulling no punches in his fight to win the Arizona GOP race for attorney general. He is challenging the status quo with his no-holds-barred campaign, which has earned the endorsement of President Donald Trump, who called Hamadeh a “fantastic candidate.”
According to President Trump, Hamadeh “knows what happened in the 2020 Election, and will enforce voting laws so that our Elections are free and fair again.”
In an exclusive interview with RSBN, Hamadeh, who Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., also endorsed, revealed his strategy to restore election integrity in the Grand Canyon State — an issue that is at the forefront of most Republican voters’ minds heading into a heated primary election season.
“It’s time to have an attorney general who’s less attorney and more general,” Hamadeh said. He additionally emphasized the need to approach the job of attorney general in a “more holistic way.” He also pointed out that “too often, Republicans are weak-kneed.”
In Arizona, the issue of ballot drop boxes for mail-in ballots has presented a complex legal issue for election integrity.