‘Tough As Hell’: Powerful New Ad Highlights Trump-Endorsed Arizona Secretary of State Candidate Mark Finchem’s Election Integrity Record
A new campaign ad for Mark Finchem shows President Trump calling him “tough as hell” and endorsing the constitutional state representative for the position of Arizona secretary of state.
Finchem posted the ad on his Twitter account where he noted that he was endorsed by Trump and not Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, who certified election fraud in the state and did nothing to stop the steal that occurred during the 2020 presidential election.
Here is my new TV ad. I am the fighter who has proven he will fight to secure our elections. I won't back down from the radicals. I am endorsed by President Donald J Trump, not Doug Ducey. #ElectionIntegrity pic.twitter.com/WPw0EtdIHk
— Mark Finchem (@RealMarkFinchem) July 15, 2022
“It is my great honor to endorse a true warrior, Representative Mark Finchem, of the Great State of Arizona, for the position of Secretary of State. He is a patriot who has fought for our Country right from his earliest moments in government. Mark was willing to say what few others had the courage to say,” Trump said in his endorsement of Finchem.
“In addition to his incredibly powerful stance on the massive Voter Fraud that took place in the 2020 Presidential Election Scam, he is strong on Crime, Borders, our currently under siege Second Amendment, and loves our Military and our Vets,” he continued.
“Mark will also be fighting hard for further Tax and Regulation Cuts. Mark Finchem has my Complete and Total Endorsement. He will never let the people of Arizona down!” Trump added.
Big League Politics has reported on Finchem’s efforts to decertify the 2020 elections following the Arizona forensic audit, which has put him at odds with the RINO state leadership:
“State Representative Mark Finchem just introduced HCR 2033, a concurrent resolution calling for the elections of Maricopa, Pima, and Yuma Counties to be decertified based on what his Monday press release described as “clear and convincing evidence that the elections in those counties were irredeemably compromised.”
“The circumstances surrounding these elections undermine voter confidence in the election system, moreover, they ultimately translate into doubts about election integrity,” said Finchem in a statement.
— Arizona House Republicans (@AZHouseGOP) February 7, 2022
The state representative addressed detractors who argue that there is no legal process to decertify such a process.
“While some may say there is no valid constitutional, nor statutory grounds for such an action, they clearly are disregarding longstanding jurisprudence. Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution provides, in relevant part, ‘Each State shall appoint, in suchManner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress.’ U.S. Const. Art. II, § 1, cl. 2 (emphasis added). The Supreme Court has described the constitutional authority of the state legislatures to determine the manner of choosing electors as ‘plenary.’ See McPherson v. Blecker, 146 U.S. 1, 35 (1892); see also Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. 98, 104 (2000).
Other congressmen introducing HCR 2033 include Representatives Barton: Biasiucci, Burges, Carter, Chaplik, Diaz, Fillmore, Martinez, Nguyen, Parker, Senators Borrelli, Rogers, and Townsend.”
Finchem is the real deal. Arizona has a chance to put up the best slate of leaders the state has ever seen this year, between Finchem for SOS, Hamideh for AG, Masters for Senate, and Lake for Governor, as the America First movement takes hold over the GOP.