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Election lawsuits pile up in Arizona, as counties, candidates challenge 2022 midterms

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The 2022 midterm election is nearing certification in Arizona. One county chose not to certify its election by the Monday deadline, while another county certified “under duress,” according to two supervisors on the county board. A lawsuit against the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to prevent state certification of the elections for statewide office in Arizona is set to have its first hearing on Friday.
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Counties AND candidates go to court over Arizona's election

There were many situations that appeared to be suspicious during the 2022 election in Arizona. And now there are multiple lawsuits that are raising questions over exactly what happened. Among the most prominent of the failures was the fact that dozens of voting locations in Maricopa County failed on election day, which means leftists voting by mail early were counted, but conservatives who often vote in person may not have been. It is Just the N…

2 months ago·Medford, United States
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Election lawsuits pile up in Arizona, as counties, candidates challenge 2022 midterms

One lawsuit seeks to prevent the certification of the 2022 election in Arizona.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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This Is Why Kari Lake Can't File Her Main Lawsuit Until All Arizona Counties Certify the Election

"We believe that Mohave County voters were disenfranchised by the problems that they had in Maricopa County," chairman Ron Gould said.

2 months ago·Phoenix, United States
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Arizona Midterm Elections Lawsuits Pile Up | Conservative News Daily™

As the 2022 midterm election is nearing certification in Arizona, lawsuits and court rulings are piling up amid continuing revelations of myriad failures in the administration of the election in

2 months ago
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Judge dismisses lawsuit over election results for Republican candidate in Arizona

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Randall Warner rejected the lawsuit filed by the Republican candidate for attorney general, Abraham Hamadeh, who challenged the results of the race

2 months ago
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