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Kari Lake previews legal fight over Arizona election results: 'It's going to be real ugly'


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The Washington Examiner

Cami Mondeaux, Breaking News Reporter
December 06, 2022 09:18 AM

Election officials in Arizona certified the state’s midterm results during a canvassing ceremony on Monday night at the state Capitol, opening the door for candidates to begin requesting recounts or to challenge the results of their respective races.

GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake is among those who are expected to challenge the results of their election losses, with the Republican announcing her campaign is already drawing up a number of lawsuits against the state. The Republican candidate has refused to concede more than three weeks after Election Day, claiming malfunctions with election machines unfairly cost her the race.

“We’re drawing up lawsuits because we won’t have elections like they have in third-world countries,” Lake told Fox News’s Tucker Carlson on Monday night.

Lake, who lost by just 0.5 of a percentage point to Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, is planning to sue Arizona’s largest county to overturn her election loss, alleging several voters were unable to vote on Election Day because of problems with ballot machines, according to earlier reports.


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