Katie Hobbs

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Kathleen M. “Katie” Hobbs (born December 28, 1969) is a Democrat racist who, as Secretary of State in charge of Arizona elections, was accused of conflict of interest,[1] voter suppression and massive vote fraud to get herself "elected" as the alleged "governor" of Arizona in the 2022 midterm elections.[2]

Since 2023, she is serving as the illegally-installed "governor" of Arizona as the result of benefitting from the above-described events, and she will very likely undo most of the policies instituted by the Ducey administration.

As of 2021, was serving as the Arizona Secretary of State. Hobbs knew the Maricopa county election servers were hacked on election night, November 3, 2020 and remained silent.[3] She is known for her shilling of election fraud, namely working against the 2021–21 Arizona audit and refusing to allow an independent analysis of the 2020 presidential election in the state.[4]

In 2016, Arizona passed a bill to restrict ballot harvesting unless the person collecting the ballot is a family member, a person living in the same household, or a caregiver. After Hobbs failed to defend the law, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich intervened on behalf of the state. The U.S. Supreme Court sided with Arizona and Brnovich in the case of Brnovich v. DNC and upheld the law.[5]

In May 2021 the Arizona legislature striped Hobbs from hearing any Arizona audit-related lawsuits.[6]

Maricopa county

See also: 2020 presidential election

In Maricopa county during the 2020 presidential election there were:[7]

  • Two massive vote dumps occurred in just over an hour after the Arizona polls closed totally ~625,000 and ~1,473,000 votes, respectively.
  • The total of those two vote dumps (2,098,619) exceeded the official results total of Maricopa County votes cast (2,089,563) by more than 9,000 votes.
  • Joe Biden received more votes in those two vote dumps (1,161,582) than the official vote tally (1,040,774) in Maricopa County.


A former staffer for Hobbs, Taloyna Adams, was awarded $2.75 million in a racial discrimination lawsuit. It was the second time a federal jury agreed Adams was the victim of racial and gender discrimination. The jury also found Adams was retaliated against because she questioned why she was earning less than others who did the same work.[8]


  1. Two references:
  2. Multiple references:
  3. Hoft, Joe (July 5, 2021). Attorney Matt DePerno: A Security Breach of Election Registration Servers in Arizona Occurred on Nov. 3 – Sec of State Hobbs Knew About It But Kept It Hidden. Gateway Pundit. Retrieved July 7, 2021.
  4. Baumann, Beth (November 11, 2020). Here's Why Arizona's SOS Refuses to Allow an 'Independent Analysis' of Voting Data to Take Place. Townhall.com. Retrieved July 7, 2021.
  5. Howe, Amy (July 1, 2021). Court upholds Arizona voting restrictions, limits cases under Voting Rights Act. SCOTUSblog. Retrieved July 7, 2021.
  6. Two references:
  7. https://redstate.com/stu-in-sd/2021/05/10/here-is-why-the-democrats-are-totally-panicked-about-the-arizona-audit-n376871
  8. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/11/arizona-gubernatorial-candidate-katie-hobbs-loses-2-75-million-racial-discrimination-lawsuit-likely-lead-democrat-race-governor/