Ducey-Backed Arizona Secretary of State Candidate Beau Lane Supports Democrat Politicians and Opposes Election Integrity Measures

Arizona secretary of state candidate Beau Lane has a long history of supporting Democrat politicians, being affiliated with Democrat groups, and opposing common sense election integrity measures.

Lane is getting the endorsement for the position from Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, the McCain Republican who ignored election fraud whistleblowers and certified the stolen 2020 presidential election. His primary competition is state representative Mark Finchem, the Trump-endorsed constitutionalist who filed legislation to decertify the 2020 presidential election after the state’s forensic audit.

Data from the Federal Election Commission (FEC) shows that Lane helped bankroll the campaign of Congressman Greg Stanton. Stanton, an Arizona U.S. Rep from the 9th District, voted to impeach President Donald Trump twice and supported the Jan. 6 commission’s show trials against innocent patriotic Americans.

This is the far-left Democrat who Beau Lane helped put into office:

It should come as no surprise that Lane also gave thousands of dollars to Sen. John McCain’s and Mitt Romney’s presidential runs. However, he never gave a dime to President Trump as he brought national glory to the GOP.

Lane also stated publicly that he supported a judicial ruling pushed by Democrat secretary of state Katie Hobbs stopping Republican measures to prevent illicit ballot harvesting in future elections:

Lane started running for secretary of state after being drafted by the state’s globalist business elite. He was selected for this role in an attempt to upend the rise of the America First movement within the Arizona GOP, utilizing his decades of advertising and marketing experience in an attempt to dupe voters.

“I think they wanted somebody who could be a fair dealer and represent the office with integrity,” Lane said of a letter signed by a who’s who of Arizona millionaire and billionaire oligarchs urging Lane to run for secretary of state.

He is a member of the Greater Phoenix Leadership that issued an action alert urging business leaders not to support crucial election integrity measures proposed in the Arizona legislature. Lane signed onto the op/ed opposing measures to clean up voter rolls and improve security in the mail-in voting process.

“The onslaught of voter suppression measures that have been introduced or entertained this session has been alarming. Attempts to disenfranchise Arizona voters is not “election reform” and cannot be tolerated. Further, pandering to those who willfully choose to perpetuate misleading or inaccurate information cannot continue. True leaders will play an important role in sharing the truth: our election system in Arizona works,” Lane’s action alert read.

Lane is the most well-funded opposition to the America First agenda on the Republican secretary of state ballot. Finchem’s campaign is asserting that Lane is a full-blown Democrat plant. That may be the case, or Lane may just be a corporate elitist who is happy with corruption in the voting process as long as it enriches he and his cronies. Whatever is the case, Lane is the wrong choice to oversee Arizona elections.

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