Wendy Rogers promises to redo Maricopa County's election − if you'd just send her cash

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Sen. Wendy Rogers is raising money to rerun Maricopa County's elections like she has that power.
From the glass half-full compartment, Maricopa County's vote to confirm the Nov. 8 election opens up an entirely new opportunity for the ballot-busting industry.
And who but our own Senator Wendy Rogers could lead the way?
Within minutes of the (Republican-led) Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voting (unanimously) to confirm Monday's vote, Rogers had tipped her hand.
"I am Arizona Senator Wendy Rogers and I will hold Maricopa County accountable for his voter fraud," she wrote in her fundraising appeal. "Help me get a re-election for Maricopa!"
And by "help" she means to send her money.
Rogers' ideas never caught on, even under GOP scrutiny
Rogers will chair the newly created Senate Election Committee in January -- a job assigned to her by incoming Senate President Warren Petersen, one of the architects of the Senate's cyber-ninjas exam.
Rogers may be the craziest Congressman ever elected in Arizona, an attribute that uniquely qualifies her to chair a committee that has about a 0.00% chance that one of her "election integrity" ideas will is enshrined in law.
She has repeatedly called for decertifying the 2020 election, ending the state's hugely popular early-voting program, arresting poll officials for (non-existent) fraud, and creating a whole laundry list of wacky ideas that have made her a national rock star on the hard right.
'Sure, sure': Maricopa County confirms election after violent crowd protests
And landed her millions in campaign funds from across the country—never mind that her proposals fell flat when Republicans controlled the state.
Now, suddenly, as Democrats prepare to take over the offices of governor and attorney general, Rogers is vowing to somehow redo the Maricopa County election in 2022.
That means if you give her $35 or $60 or heck you're giving her campaign over $5,300.
"Maricopa County is out of control and hates its own constituents," she wrote in her final plea for money. "I'm the new chair of the Senate Election Committee. There is NO WAY I'm going to let that stand.”
No, we won't see any 'perp walks'
She then goes on to quote some of the usual Trump Central and Turning Point USA conspiracy theorists, folks who routinely sound the alarm about all sorts of dastardly plots, but somehow never seem to back their claims with actual evidence.
Thankfully, Rogers doesn't need proof to explain that Maricopa County's election was corrupt (so send her money).
Or that people should go to jail (so send their money).
“It looks like a systematic attempt to disenfranchise thousands of Maricopa County voters — whose leaders were after Kari Lake!” Rogers wrote in her Monday pitch for cash. “As if all of this wasn't enough mischief in the election, there was also ballot-picking (which is now illegal in AZ) and must be prosecuted!
"I want perp walks!"
Actually, Rogers has been calling for perp walks for two years. She has also called for a public gallows to be built to hang her political enemies.
Now we know who she envisions as her first swinger.
"Katie Hobbs conspired with Maricopa County officials to host this election," she wrote Monday in her pitch for cash. “We have the proof, we have the receipts. We must repeat the 2022 election under strict court oversight,” she wrote.
"As a member of the state senate and chairman of the election committee, I will not allow that to happen to us again."
A redial is the perfect slide for Grift
It remains unexplained how Rogers wants to thwart democracy.
As chair of the Senate Elections Committee, starting in January, she will have the power to decide which bills to hear.
Just as Hobbs, as Arizona's next governor, will have the power to buy barrels of ink for her veto pen, should by some miracle any of Rogers' proposals actually land on her desk.
Yet here's Rogers, on her seemingly simple notes:
"Help me correct Maricopa's flawed elections! I won't stop pushing until it's done."
And here's Rogers: “This is crazy. We'll fix that."
And just in case you didn't get her drift, here's Rogers:
"P.S. Arizona watches how well I can raise money - and how many Patriots can support me. Will you help me show them how serious we are about the integrity of the elections?”
Let the grifting begin.
Reach Roberts at laurie.roberts@arizonarepublic.com. Follow her on Twitter at @LaurieRoberts.
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This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Wendy Rogers, the Queen of Grift, Wants Your Money to Rerun the Election

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