Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Arizona County Moves To Delay Certification Of Midterm Election Results

Board members in Mohave County, Arizona voted to delay the certification of the midterm election results because of the numerous issues experienced with voting machines in Maricopa County.

Board members of Mohave County voted to wait until Nov. 28 to certify election results to show ‘solidarity’ with those upset about the ongoing situation in Maricopa county.

Board member Hildy Angius said,

“It’s a political statement, I’m not going to lie. We did it in 2020, it doesn’t hinder us. It’s not going to hold us liable. It’s, again, a statement of solidarity with other counties who are doing this.”

Mohave County is the second county to do so as Cochise County also voted to delay certification of their election results, saying they wanted the secretary of state to confirm their voting machines were legally certified before election day.

Maricopa is the largest county in Arizona and had so many issues on election day that Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright, sent a four page letter to the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office demanding answers and accusing the county of violating election laws.

Kari Lake, the gubernatorial candidate running against Democrat Secretary of State Katie Hobbs has refused to concede the race saying that her supporters were unable to vote on election day as Maricopa County reported problems at about 30% of voting locations.


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