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Arizona county official grilled on hand-count plan in court

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Cochise County Recorder David Stevens says he has plans to count four races on about 40,000 ballots. The Republican vowed to follow the law on how the much smaller hand-count audits are normally done. Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs contends early ballots can't all be counted under state law.
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Arizona county official grilled on hand-count plan in court

A rural Arizona county official who has been tapped to hand-count all the ballots from next week’s election has been grilled in court by lawyers representing a group of retirees suing to block the effort

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Arizona county official grilled on hand-count plan in court

PHOENIX (AP) — A southern Arizona judge heard from a parade of witnesses Friday in a case brought by opponents of an unusual plan driven by local officials who question the accuracy of ballot-counting machines and want to hand-count all the ballots in the election that concludes next week.

3 months ago·United States
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Arizona county official grilled on hand-count plan in court - Local News 8

By BOB CHRISTIE Associated PressPHOENIX (AP) — A rural Arizona county official who has been tapped to hand-count all the ballots from next week’s election has been grilled in court by lawyers representing a group of retirees suing to block the effort. Cochise County Recorder David Stevens said Friday that he has plans to count four races on about 40,000 ballots using more than 250 volunteers he’s recruited from three political parties starting a…

3 months ago·Idaho Falls, United States
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Arizona county official grilled on hand-count plan in court

A southern Arizona judge heard from a parade of witnesses Friday in a case brought by opponents of an unusual plan driven by local officials who question the accuracy of ballot-counting machines and want to hand-count all the ballots in the election that concludes next week. Among those taking the stand was an elected Republican official in rural Cochise County who has agreed to take over the county election director's normal job of conducting a…

3 months ago·Jacksonville, United States
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Arizona county official grilled on hand-count plan in court

A southern Arizona judge heard from a parade of witnesses Friday in a case brought by opponents of an unusual plan driven by local officials who question the accuracy of ballot-counting machines and want to hand-count all the ballots in the election that concludes next week. Among those taking the stand was an elected Republican official in rural Cochise County who has agreed to take over the county election director's normal job of conducting a…

3 months ago·Miami, United States
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Arizona county official grilled on hand-count plan in court

A southern Arizona judge heard from a parade of witnesses Friday in a case brought by opponents of an unusual plan driven by local officials who question the accuracy of ballot-counting machines and want to hand-count all the ballots in the election that concludes next week.

3 months ago·Raleigh, United States
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