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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.
Drop boxes have become hotspots of alleged election fraud, as demonstrated by staggering evidence presented in the film, “2000 Mules,” which documented overwhelming data related to a nationwide ballot trafficking conspiracy that occurred during the 2020 presidential election.
Hamadeh stated that current Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has “failed” to do his job regarding election fraud and that “others in the state tried to suppress evidence.”
“We’re gonna prosecute the crimes of 2020,” Hamadeh promised.
He added that he is prepared to be elected attorney general not only because of his background as a prosecutor but as an intelligence officer for the U.S. Army. “You go in there with strength…Donald Trump taught us how to negotiate and how to be tough,” he said.
The shadow of doubt cast upon U.S. elections in the wake of the 2020 presidential election is an important issue that Hamadeh is addressing head-on. “When he [Trump] called last week when he endorsed me,” Hamadeh shared, “he said, ‘Hey, don’t forget about 2020.’ I said, ‘Mr. President, I won’t.’”
Hamadeh further said that he would work with the state legislature to get ballot drop boxes banned. “I want to boost the Election Integrity Unit’s office and shift resources three months prior to the elections and keep them on after the elections,” he continued.
When asked what the endorsement of President Trump means to him, he said, “It’s an honor of my lifetime when he called me…now I’m instantly the front runner, I’m the target, they’re gonna start coming after me.”
He added that the 45th president having his back “makes it a lot easier” to take the heat in the political arena.
“I’m ready to shake the hell out of the establishment in Arizona,” he said.