BREAKING: Now Another County is Suspending Its Certification of Arizona’s Election Out of ‘Solidarity’


by Kyle Becker, Becker News:

Another Arizona county is joining in with Cochise County’s decision to hold off on certifying the state election until November 28.

“Mohave County has voted to delay certification of election results until Nov. 28,” Garrett Archer reported on Twitter. “BOS member says it is a political statement of solidarity with other counties that have delayed certification.”


Dr. Kelli Ward commented on the news in a Twitter post.

“Voters in all rural counties in Arizona are being disenfranchised by Maricopa County’s incompetence/malfeasance,” Ward stated. “I’m happy to see that my county (Mohave) voted to delay certification.”

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As reported earlier, a legal effort in red Cochise County to conduct a full “hand recount” audit of the ballots was legally quelled, due in part to the efforts of Democratic superlawyer Marc Elias.

However, a judge from Pima County who was tasked with the lawsuit due to change of venue said that a smaller hand recount was allowed under state law.

Judge Casey McGinley noted that “state law directs a small number of ballots cast in precincts and a fraction of mail-in ballots to get counted by hand, and for additional hand counting only when significant discrepancies are found,” according to Arizona Republic.

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