Update: Arizona Elections May Face Further Delay

Six counties in Arizona must decide Monday if they will certify the 2022 election results. Across the country, election results have been certified though in Arizona this has not been the case. Coming weeks after midterm election day, the state has yet to officially approve quite a few races. This leaves many Republicans worried corruption will flip results in favor of the Democrats.

While Arizona has long been a GOP stronghold, following the 2020 election and the concerns of corruption following a large Democratic win in the state, many wonder if this election cycle’s ridiculousness is just a continuation. As of now, two Republican-controlled Arizona counties have voted to defer final decisions of votes until Monday, which is the last day they are allowed deferment under Arizona state law. In Mohave County Republican supervisors have said that they will sign off on the results Monday however they wanted to register a protest against voting issues in Maricopa County. While in Cochise County, GOP supervisors have demanded that the vote-counting machines be legally certified by the secretary of state before they approve results.

The GOP gubernatorial candidate, Kari Lake, also filed a public records lawsuit last week against Maricopa County after many voters faced issues at voting precincts across the county on election day. Lake claims that the issues with the machines in Maricopa County could have dissuaded voters from voting. While many candidates and officials alike have complained or filed complaints against Maricopa County, state officials have claimed all ballots were counted and no one lost the ability to vote. The officials have stated that around 17,000 Election Day ballots were involved in the County’s issues with only 16% of the 1.56 million votes cast in Maricopa County being made in person on Election Day, those votes going largely to Republicans.

As it sits currently, results may be paused until Monday afternoon following the scheduled hearing for a recount trial in the Arizona attorney general race which was filed by one candidate, Abraham Hamadeh. We will wait and see what happens, though Kelli Ward, a state GOP chair, has urged many Arizona voters to push their counties to delay certification votes until news on Hamadeh’s trail is released following the hearing as this hearing could result in a recount of votes for attorney general.

Read more on AP.

  1. As a voter in Maricopa county I have a solution for the voting issues here…on each election day at 6am the Dems can simply announce they won and that will save the voters the trouble of voting which makes sense since their votes don t count anyway due to the stolen elections here!

  2. We no longer have anything close to fair honest elections. The elections are rigged. we no longer have a representative republic. We have appointed tyrants. If elections are no longer valid, government is no longer valid. The Constitution is clear on what should be done. United we stand, divided we fall.

  3. It is more than obvious that most voters vote a straight ticket. You know democrats without thinking vote who they are told to. Republican’s do not always vote a straight ticket normally because they are thinking people and not robots . However this election I would bet the most republicans voted a straight ticket but let just play a game here and decide that al republicans voted 95% a straight ticket. Now we know that the State mining inspector got 1.6 millions votes so that would mean that the rest of the republicans 1,520,000 votes and would have won. just saying.
    Now how do we fight against a corrupt system?

  4. Arizona elections are completely compromised. They have let the wolves in the door and now it will be very difficult to get them out. They have corrupt people in powerful positions which aid in this outright stealing of their elections It is there for everyone to see and yet nothing happens to them.. If an investigation is undertaken these same people will make it disappear. They are not the first state to have this happen, and they won’t be the last.


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