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Kari Lake to Get Her Day in Court as Judge Orders Two-Day Trial

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An Arizona judge ruled late Monday that two of GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake’s 10 claims challenging her Democrat opponent Katie Hobbs’s election victory can go to trial.

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The two counts involve malfunctioning printers on Election Day and ballot chain of custody violations. Maricopa County Superior Judge Peter Thompson dismissed the eight other counts.

[Lake] will attempt to prove in a two-day hearing scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday that ballot printers malfunctioned in Maricopa County because of intentional interference by election officials and that ballots were improperly added at a county contractor that handles returned mail ballots.

A representative for Lake will be allowed to examine 150 ballots on Tuesday. […]

She faces the extremely high bar of proving not only that misconduct occurred but that it affected the outcome of her race. Thompson will make a final decision, which will likely be appealed to the Arizona Supreme Court. (AP)

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 Lake, who lost the race by a little over 17,000 votes, told Americans to “buckle up…this is far from over.”


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