By Thursday afternoon, Arizona voters were becoming increasingly impatient as the winner of the Republican Primary for Governor had yet to be declared.
“Two days after the Arizona primary, the race for governor is still too close to call, although Republican primary voters have given Kari Lake a tiny edge against Karrin Taylor Robson. It is the most prominent of the remaining undetermined races, according to AZ Central.
At 7 p.m., a large number of election results were set to be revealed. Thursday’s local Arizona news, however, stated that the Maricopa County Elections Department had ruled otherwise.
The next governor of Arizona will be a woman, local media claimed in search of a story that wouldn’t aggravate their audience.
8 a.m.: A record 5th female governor
Regardless of who the Republican nominee for governor is, Arizonans are prepared to elect their sixth female governor in November, more than any other state.
If Kari Lake wins the Republican nomination, the November general election would put one of the state’s most vocal opponents of the 2020 election against its top defender, Katie Hobbs.
But not everybody was content. Still upset were supporters of American First ideas and President Donald J. Trump’s program.
Thursday’s Jim Hoft report stated, “Election day revealed major concerns and possible fraud in the election system,”
Wednesday, Hoft issued the following report:
“Earlier, The Gateway Pundit reported that the County is stalling the election for Governor and that they had not updated their results since the middle of the night last night.
They stopped the counting after Trump-Endorsed Kari Lake pulled ahead from a 10-point deficit.”
And electoral authorities have not yet made much progress.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Wednesday afternoon, Stephen Reicher, the Maricopa County recorder, posted on his account:
Right now, we’re:
1) verifying signature of early ballots dropped off yesterday, retried at night, and scanned starting at 1:00 AM
2) bipartisan extraction and processing of ballot
Then, soon, once we have grist for the mill, we will tabulate again. CONTINUE READING…