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    ‘See You in Court’: Arizona GOP AG Candidate Officially Files First Lawsuit Challenging 2022 Election

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    The recently elected governor-elect of Arizona, Katie Hobbs, appears to be going to court.

    Arizona’s secretary of state is currently Hobbs. She was expected to monitor the Grand Canyon State’s election procedures, which were the subject of controversy on Election Day, despite her refusal to recuse herself from her official responsibilities.

    According to reports, up to 48% of Maricopa County, Arizona, polling places experienced printer or tabulator issues, resulting in extraordinarily large lineups and multiple-hour wait times for voters.

    Republican candidate for Arizona attorney general Abraham Hamadeh is suing to challenge the election results because he believes that the long lines may have deterred same-day voters who are predicted to lean Republican.

    After Arizona’s final votes were counted on Monday, Hamadeh was found to be just 510 votes behind his Democratic rival, Kris Mayes.

    Hamadeh announced his legal action on Tuesday.

    Hamadeh tweeted a screenshot of the lawsuit along with the statement, “Arizonans demand answers and deserve transparency about the gross incompetence and mismanagement of the General Election by certain election officials.”

    “I will not stop fighting until ALL voters receive justice. See you in court.”

    The Republican National Committee joined Hamadeh in bringing the complaint.

    Hamadeh was insistent that Arizona voters needed answers about “the gross incompetence and mismanagement” by the state’s election officials in an official news release provided to The Western Journal.

    Additionally, he argued that long lines and other issues at polling places had disenfranchised many Arizonan voters.

    The statement continues by listing four particular mistakes that are thought to be the result of serious misbehavior.

    The lawsuit claims that voters were misinformed that they could leave their polling places after checking in, which may have led to the disqualification of those voters’ votes. Other issues raised by the lawsuit include ballot duplication errors, electronic duplication errors, and the “erroneous and unlawful counting of early ballots lacking affidavit signatures.”

    Kari Lake, a Republican running for governor of Arizona, also disputes the integrity of the election.

    The Lakes campaign even went so far as to demand a new election in Maricopa County via Twitter.

    More on this story via The Western Journal

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