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Former Trump Election Integrity Lawyer Indicted in Arizona Fraud Case

 May 22, 2024

Christina Bobb, an attorney for Donald Trump and head of the Republican National Committee’s election integrity unit, was arraigned and had her mugshot taken after being indicted for attempting to overturn Arizona's 2020 election results.

Bobb is one of 18 defendants in the case, which also includes former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani and former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, as Mediaite reports.

Trump Attorney Faces Arraignment

On Tuesday, Bobb had her mugshot taken as she was arraigned following her indictment on charges related to efforts to reverse the outcome of the 2020 election in Arizona. Bobb, who has maintained her innocence, entered a not-guilty plea to the charges.

The indictment, handed down in April, includes a total of 18 defendants. Among them are Rudy Giuliani, former attorney for Trump, and Mark Meadows, Trump's former Chief of Staff. Donald Trump himself has been named as an unindicted co-conspirator in this case.

Giuliani, similar to Bobb, has also pleaded not guilty to the charges. Meadows is scheduled to be arraigned next month.

Fake Electors Involved in the Case

In addition to these high-profile figures, the case has also ensnared nine individuals accused of falsely certifying that Trump won Arizona in the 2020 election. These so-called “fake electors” have all entered not guilty pleas.

The Republican National Committee appointed Bobb in March to lead its election integrity unit. This unit is tasked with overseeing poll watchers, poll workers, and other personnel in key swing states for the upcoming November elections.

While the RNC aims to ensure election integrity, the irony of Bobb's current legal troubles does not go unnoticed. Her role in the unit has come under scrutiny amid her own indictment.

Trump's Legal Troubles Continue

This case is one of several legal challenges facing Donald Trump. He is currently under criminal indictment in four jurisdictions, including Georgia and federal court in Washington, D.C., for his efforts to subvert the 2020 election results.

Trump also faces charges related to the alleged retention of classified documents after his presidency ended. Bobb was questioned by the Department of Justice in connection with this investigation.

In June 2021, Bobb signed a letter to the DOJ asserting that no official documents remained at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence. However, in August 2021, the FBI discovered boxes of materials at Mar-a-Lago that the DOJ claims were classified. Despite this, Bobb has not been charged in the documents case.

Context of the Indictment

The current indictment in Arizona stems from broader efforts by Trump and his allies to overturn the 2020 election results. These efforts included the promotion of unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud and the organization of alternate slates of electors in several states.

The involvement of high-ranking officials and attorneys, such as Bobb, Giuliani, and Meadows, highlights the coordinated nature of these efforts. The legal ramifications of these actions are still unfolding, with arraignments and court proceedings expected to continue for months.

While Trump himself has not been indicted in this specific case, his designation as an unindicted co-conspirator suggests that prosecutors believe he played a significant role in the alleged conspiracy.

Implications for the RNC's Integrity Efforts

The appointment of Bobb to lead the RNC’s election integrity unit raises questions about the GOP’s commitment to fair and transparent elections. Critics argue that her legal troubles undermine the credibility of the RNC’s efforts to ensure election integrity.

Supporters of Bobb and Trump, however, contend that these legal actions are politically motivated. They argue that the charges against Bobb and others are part of a broader attempt to discredit Trump and his allies ahead of future elections.

As the legal proceedings continue, the impact on the GOP’s election integrity initiatives remains to be seen. The outcome of this case could have significant implications for the RNC's ability to effectively monitor and challenge election processes.


Christina Bobb, a key attorney for Donald Trump and head of the RNC’s election integrity unit, has been arraigned and had her mugshot taken after being indicted for attempting to overturn Arizona's 2020 election results.

She is one of 18 defendants in the case, which includes Rudy Giuliani and Mark Meadows.

The legal challenges facing Trump and his allies continue to unfold, with significant implications for the upcoming elections and the RNC’s efforts to ensure election integrity.