- Sowed Doubt In Arizona Election Results: Brnovich sought to force Maricopa County to turn over elections materials in an effort that was ultimately rejected by the courts. A prior audit of election results found zero evidence of fraud.
- Defended Racially Discriminatory Voting Laws: Brnovich appealed the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a lower court’s ruling that decided that two Arizona voting laws were racially discriminatory. The lower court found that the laws, which banned third party ballot returns, had “discriminatory intent” and the state’s out-of-precinct ballot rejection law impacted minority populations disproportionately. Brnovich claimed the laws’ challengers were “playing the race card.”
- Fought Against Immigrants’ Rights: Brnovich joined in a case before the U.S. Supreme Court challenging the constitutionality of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. SCOTUS sided against Brnovich and the Trump administration and upheld the program. Brnovich sued the Biden administration just weeks after its inauguration challenging the new policy pausing deportations.
- Fought To Resume Capital Punishment: Since the 2015 suspension on federal executions, Brnovich has repeatedly advocated to resume the practice, which inordinately targets Black Arizonans.