Candidate for Arizona Secretary of State
Ground Truth Host, Sam Faddis interviews Mark Finchem a member of the Arizona House of Representatives and a candidate for Secretary of State in Arizona.
“Arizonan’s are hypersensitive to the potential for election fraud; based on the evidence I have seen the election deserves scrutiny. After 21-years fighting fires, I can attest to the fact that where there is smoke there is always fire. That is why I have decided to run for Arizona Secretary of State. Fraud-free elections should be a bi-partisan objective, with full transparency to the process because elections belong to the People, not to the officials who manage them. The strength of our system should be that it is open to scrutiny, not hidden from public view.”Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem
Arizona has been at the heart of efforts to investigate the possibility of electoral fraud in the November 2020 Presidential election, and Mark has been one of the driving forces behind the push for transparency and accountability. Every step of the way he and his colleagues have had to contend with an entrenched Democratic establishment that does not want to allow an audit of the results of the election.
Why, if Joe Biden won this election fairly, do he and his allies resist so strongly all efforts to investigate what happened? Shouldn’t a fairly elected President want the people of the United States to know that the November 2020 election was fair and that its results can be relied upon?
We all believe in voter participation, but we must also assure that each citizen only votes once and that only citizens vote. Why does the current Arizona Secretary of State resist efforts to ensure that is true?
What happens to a republic when people no longer have faith in the results of elections?
Ground Truth with Mark Finchem on Rumble:
Representative Mark Finchem was born in Detroit, Michigan, and grew up in West Michigan. He served 21-years with the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety, first as a firefighter/paramedic, then as a law enforcement officer.
Living outside of Kalamazoo, Mark worked as a farmer and rancher in a small rural community. When he retired, Mark moved to Tucson, Arizona, where he worked in leadership roles in both small business and a multi-million dollar software company. In the private sector he earned a Six Sigma Certification in process excellence.
Originally elected to serve in the 2015 Arizona legislature, Mark is now in his 4th and final term. Arizona has term limits, and Representatives are allowed 4 consecutive terms.
Mark graduated summa cum laude from Grand Canyon University with a B.A. in State and Local Public Policy, and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in law and economics at the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers School of Law. Mark and his wife of 16 years, Tanya, are proud parents of four adult children.
Editor’s Note: This article and associated video content was republished from a 10 April article due to technical issues with the video links.