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Two Cochise County Supervisors indicted on felony charges of election interference

Two Cochise County Supervisors, Peggy Judd, 61, of Willcox, and Tom Crosby, 64, of Sierra Vista, will be arraigned in a Maricopa County Superior Court on counts of conspiracy and election interference for their role in postponing the 2022 election certification.

An Arizona grand jury indicted Judd and Cosby in November on two felony counts each of of interference with an election officer and conspiracy.

The two members of the three-person board voted in November of 2022 to delay election certification prior to the canvas deadline, and after ordering a ballot hand-counta move that was blocked in court prior to Election Day 2022.

Following today’s arraignment, the initial pre-trial conference is set for February 2024.