Arizona’s Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich has denied allegations of election fraud coming from the Trump campaign.

“If indeed there was some great conspiracy, it apparently didn’t work,” Brnovich said.

Brnovich explained that many voters split their ballots – a majority voted for Democrats in the presidential and Senate races while opting for Republicans down-ballot. Arizona’s state legislature also did not flip blue as predicted early on in the election and remains controlled by Republicans.

“In Arizona, there was a prediction that the Legislature would flip. It didn’t,” Brnovich said. “There were some congressional districts that supposedly leaned Democrat. They didn’t flip. The county recorder here who oversees elections went from Democrat to Republican. The county attorney remained Republican.”

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“That’s the reality. There is no evidence, there are no facts that would lead anyone to believe that the election results will change,” Brnovich added.

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