The Supreme Court of the United States today, in a 6-3 ruling, sided with Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich in Brnovich v. DNC, a closely watched case about election integrity. At issue were two Arizona voting rules, one that requires voters to cast their ballots at the correct precinct and the other that clarifies only certain individuals can deliver completed ballots on behalf of another voter. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich successfully convinced the court that that the laws are Constitutional and do not limit anybody’s right to vote.
“Today is a win for election integrity safeguards in Arizona and across the country,” said Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. “Fair elections are the cornerstone of our republic and they start with rational laws that protect both the right to vote and the accuracy of the results.”
“The Supreme Court decision in Brnovich v. DNC once again shows the collective power of Republican attorneys general,” said RAGA Executive Director Peter Bisbee. “There is no group of elected officials more effective at upholding the rule of law and protecting the integrity of our elections.”
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost led a 20-state amicus curiae brief in support of Arizona. Ohio was joined by Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia.