Two Arizona Counties Delay Election Certification After AG Sends Brutal Letter to Maricopa County

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Two counties in Arizona are withholding certification of the 2022 election.

The move by one of them — Mohave County — is admittedly just to make a statement regarding apparent irregularities in voting in Maricopa County, according to the Associated Press.

The other withholding certification is Cochise County, where a pair of Republican county supervisors said there was not proper certification of machines that count votes, according to The Daily Wire.

Both counties, Mohave in the northwest, and Cochise in the southeast, are controlled by Republicans.

At stake is the determination of the races for governor and attorney general.

Although legacy media has called the gubernatorial race for Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, the Republican, former Phoenix television news anchor Kari Lake, has cited voting irregularities and refused to concede.

On Saturday, the office of state Attorney General Mark Brnovich, a Republican, ordered an account by Maricopa County officials about their handling of the Nov. 8 election.

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