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Arizona County Refuses To Certify Election Results, Threatening A GOP House Win


Arjun Singh
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November 28, 2022 6:17 PM ET


    The Board of Supervisors of Cochise County, Arizona, is refusing to certify the results of its elections.
    Democratic operatives and the Arizona Secretary of State have vowed to sue the county to certify its results should it fail to do so before the state’s legal deadline.
    The county’s votes could be “excluded” from the final tally, leading to elections for a U.S. House seat and the state’s top education official, previously won by Republicans, being won by Democrats.

A county in Arizona is refusing to certify the results of its elections following Democratic statewide candidates winning in the state, which could flip a House seat won by a Republican to a Democratic win, according to the Associated Press.

The Board of Supervisors of Cochise County, Arizona, bordering Mexico and the U.S. state of New Mexico in Arizona’s Southeast, voted to not certify the official tally of votes in the general elections of Nov. 8, which saw Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly of Arizona reelected to a full term and Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs elected the next Governor of Arizona.

A meeting of the board was held on Monday via Zoom, with the only agenda item being a motion to verify the results. In a voice vote, it received zero votes in favor and two votes against, with the Democratic chair not voting, resulting in an acclaimed failure among the three-member board.

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