Arizona Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick faces election complaint on charge of false residency

The Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick represented Arizona is the first constituency-the beginning of 2009. Some voters filed a lawsuit was to seek to remove it from the ballot, they allegedly gave false information about their residency choice helper.


To remove a suit of search, Arizona was able to Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick’s name from the ballot in November of this year to run stymie the former Congressman to try for the house again.

Kirkpatrick of Arizona in the first constituency-the beginning of 2009, but was voted out of office in the 2010 Republican wave election. They won their place again in 2012 and 2014, but then decided to abandon the choice to challenge John McCain was unsuccessful again in 2016 Senate race.

Now Kirkpatrick wants to go back to Congress, this time in Arizona, adjacent the second district. But a lawsuit filed by three voters funded claims by their primary opponent, Matt Heinz, that you gave incorrect information to poll workers about their place of residence.

ies argue that, while Kirkpatrick wrote that she lived in a Tucson home in your choice of petitions, she actually lives in an apartment in Phoenix. There is nothing legally any the end of in a district in which you live—the Constitution only requires that candidates live in the same state, but the voters argue that a false filing with false information, you should see your from the vote.

Kirkpatrick admitted in court on Monday that they have no rent to pay, to one of the two Tucson-addresses, of which she says she has lived, according to the Arizona Daily Star. The opposing counsel have to admit Kirkpatrick, that you insured your property to your Flagstaff and Phoenix addresses, but not the Tucson love.

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