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Mohave County Supervisor Ron Gould Was Told He Must Certify Election by County Attorney and Secretary of State's Office

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Cochise County, Arizona, failed to certify its 2022 general election results by the state-mandated deadline. State law requires counties to certify their election results within 20 days of an election. The Secretary of State's office filed a lawsuit this week, demanding the county certify the election results.
Published 2 months ago · Mohave County, United States

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Cochise County, Arizona, failed to certify its 2022 general election results by the state-mandated deadline, and now the Secretary of State's office is taking action.

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Mohave County Supervisor Ron Gould Was Told He Must Certify Election by County Attorney and Secretary of State's Office

Ron Gould, a Mohave County Board of Supervisors (MCBOS) member, appeared in a video shared by the Kari Lake Campaign Monday, saying that he had been threatened with being arrested and facing a felony should he vote against canvassing the 2022 General Election. Gould told The Arizona Sun Times via the phone that this warning came to him partially from an official within his county."Actually, our county attorney [Matthew Smith] advised us that if …

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