• Two days after midterms, slow Arizona vote count exasperates Twitter

    From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Thu Nov 10 13:50:14 2022
    By Gabriel Hays
    Published November 10, 2022

    Nearly two days after polls closed in Arizona’s midterm elections,
    there are still many votes left uncounted. As such, the state’s two
    major races – the gubernatorial contest between Republican Kari Lake
    and her Democratic opponent, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs;
    and the Senate race between GOP nominee Blake Masters and Democrat Mark
    Kelly – have yet to be decided.


    Critics on Twitter insisted that Arizona election officials had no
    excuse for continuing to count this late, especially when massive
    states like Florida declared its election results only hours after the
    last polls closed.

    Conservative commentator John Cardillo wrote, "Arizona right now is why
    people have no trust in election integrity and even less trust in institutions."


    I'm sure there's a lot of cheating going on right now. Republican
    ballots being thrown away, and democrat votes counted with no signature
    or date.

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