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Kari Lake’s campaign wants to know exactly what happened during the Nov. 8 midterm elections. In pursuit of that goal, the former news anchor turned Republican firebrand is suing the election officials of Maricopa County, Arizona.
Maricopa County found itself at the center of the national conversation on Election Day thanks to widespread tabulator malfunctions. Reports indicate as many as 48 percent of voting locations suffered printer or tabulator malfunctions, creating incredibly long lines, muli-hour waits times, and, in some cases, voters being turned away.
The Western Journal received over 20 exclusive videos featuring Arizona voters and polling workers detailing the many problems they encountered while attempting to vote. One voter claimed he had to wait in line for seven hours before casting his ballot.
Maricopa County officials have refused to release records detailing how they administered the Nov. 8 election. Lake’s suit is asking the Arizona Superior Court to force Maricopa County officials to produce the records in a timely manner.
Lake’s team hopes to have a chance to pour through the records before the election results in Arizona are certified.
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