Mohave County Delays Certifying Arizona Election Results in Protest

A second Arizona county on Monday delayed certifying its midterm election results until the Nov. 28 deadline in a show of solidarity with Maricopa County, where voting problems were reported on Election Day.
The Mohave County board of supervisors explicitly promised during a meeting they would certify the results by Nov. 28, saying their decision to push certification back until the deadline was a political statement.
The delay comes as the Arizona Attorney General’s Elections Integrity Unit wrote to Maricopa County officials demanding a formal response about problems that took place with voting on Nov. 8.
Arizona GOP Chair Kelli Ward praised the decision to delay, saying rural voters were being disenfranchised by what happened in Maricopa….

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