Arizona county certifies midterm election vote after court order
A conservative, rural Arizona county that had defied a state deadline to certify its Nov. 8 midterm election results relented on Thursday after a judge said state law required the approval.
Arizona county certifies election after judge's order
A rural Arizona county has certified its midterm election results after blowing past the deadline in state law. The Cochise County Board of Supervisors voted Thursday to follow the orders
Rural Arizona county certifies midterm election results after judge's order
The ruling follows weeks of controversy over vote-tallying machines in the Republican stronghold of Cochise County, Arizona -- a rural comunity in the southeastern corner of the state.
Arizona county certifies election after judge’s order
A rural Arizona county certified its midterm election results on Thursday, following the orders of a judge who ruled that Republican supervisors broke the law when they refused to sign off on the vote count by this week's deadline.