A second Arizona County will hold off on certifying the highly suspect 2022 midterm elections in the state.
Mohave County joined Cochise County in holding off on their certification.
Arizona Republican Party Chair Kelli Ward tweeted this out Monday on Mohave County’s decision to delay their certification.
The Cochise County Board in southeast Arizona delayed the certification of the suspect midterm elections on Friday.
Republicans in the state had 72% of the turnout on election day. Democrats had only a 17% turnout. But for some reason, the remaining ballots after election day broke even between the two parties – despite Republicans holding strong leads in the polls.
MORE ARIZONA DATA: Only 17% of Maricopa Election Day Voters Were Democrat, Only 23% of Primary Election Day Voters Were Democrat — But Democrats Are Winning 50% of Delayed Election Day Totals? IMPOSSIBLE!
Secretary of State candidate Mark Finchum tweeted out the news on Friday.
Mark says this may set precedent for other counties to do the same.
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