The state of Arizona officially certified the results of the 2022 election, which was won by Katie Hobbs, a Democrat.
Despite the success of Arizona's election, there were still instances of misinformation being spread about the ballot that threatened the voters' ability to participate in the process. In 2024, the state will face another challenge from the election denial community.
The Hill reported:
The state of Arizona on Monday certified the results of its election. As Republicans vowed to challenge the results in court, the officials declared winners in several high-profile races.
The certification paves the way for the start of recounts in three close races, which include the attorney general's race and the state superintendent's race.
A state judge is expected to order the recounts on Monday. The meeting is likely to result in multiple lawsuits, as both the Republican candidate for governor, Kari Lake, and the attorney general candidate, Abe Hamadeh, have vowed to take legal action.
Under state law, they have five days to formally contest the results in court.
The Republicans have also vowed to challenge the results of the election after the tabulators in the county of Maricopa were not working properly.
This started with a single location. Then a few. Now, it's sounding as if this is widespread and very serious. https://t.co/4b5CmdUjnu
— Rich Baris "The People's Pundit" (@Peoples_Pundit) November 8, 2022
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on The Gateway Pundit.