Arizona Republican governor candidate Political Rockstar Kari Lake filed a lawsuit against Maricopa County over its administration of the midterm elections.
Lake, who has vocally cast doubts regarding her loss to Democratic challenger Katie Hobbs, filed the lawsuit Wednesday in Arizona Superior Court. In it, she is suing Stephen Richer, the Maricopa County recorder, and other officials.
Lake is asking the court to require that the officials produce records on how they conducted the midterm elections.
The suit reads, “Given instances of misprinted ballots, the commingling of counted and uncounted ballots, and long lines discouraging people from voting, as demonstrated in the attached declarations, these records are necessary for Plaintiff to determine the full extent of the problems identified and their impacts on electors.”
Lake said on Monday, “If we give up now, we will no longer have a country.”
Lake posed the question in a letter released on Monday, “Would you get on a plane if HALF of the engines didn’t work? Would our friends in the media be able to broadcast their nightly propaganda if HALF of their studio equipment was not working?”
Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Elitist Bill Gates said on November 8, “People were still able to vote, it was just a matter of maybe not voting in the way they wanted to. We do not believe that anyone has been disenfranchised, because Nobody has been turned away.”
The Secretary of State is running for Governor
The Maricopa County Recorder is running an anti-@KariLake PAC
The Chair of the Board of Supervisors hates MAGA & obstructed the audit
The lone Democrat on the BOS is on @katiehobbs transition team
So many conflicts of interest.
— Political Rockstar Kari Lake War Room (@KariLakeWarRoom) November 25, 2022
“85% of the Arizona election volunteers are Not At All Confident in the accuracy and honesty of the results. If the people who ran the election don’t trust its ‘outcome’ why should the voters? Why should the candidates?”
85% of the Arizona election volunteers are Not At All Confident in the accuracy and honesty of the results.
If the people who ran the election don’t trust its “outcome” why should the voters?
Why should the candidates? pic.twitter.com/8hyQI4xoD8
— Political Rockstar Kari Lake War Room (@KariLakeWarRoom) November 23, 2022
Maricopa County Republican Party wrote, “Important questions need to be answered. Slow down and answer our questions.”
Important questions need to be answered. Slow down and answer our questions. pic.twitter.com/TO6mHENlgS
— Maricopa County Republican Party (@MaricopaGOP) November 25, 2022
Lake tweeted Wednesday, “We cannot allow an election like this to stand. What they did on Election Day to punish election day voters is outrageous.”
We cannot allow an election like this to stand. What they did on Election Day to punish election day voters is outrageous pic.twitter.com/WkO1xAEqRt
— Political Rockstar Kari Lake (@KariLake) November 24, 2022
Republican National Committee, along withRepublican Party AT candidate Hamadeh filed lawsuit in Maricopa S.Court against Kris Mayes, Hobbs, county recorders & board supervisor of Arizona 15 counties for “erroneous” vote counts/misconduct by Maricopa election officials resulted in fraud
— JESSICA (@__jessayin) November 25, 2022
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 25, 2022
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