Kari Lake’s Campaign Vows to ‘Get Justice for the People of Arizona’ Amid Maricopa County Election Concerns

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Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake’s campaign is now vowing to “get justice for the people of Arizona” amid mounting election concerns in Maricopa County, which the most populated county in the Grand Canyon State.

Concerns have been so serious that the Attorney General’s Office Election Integrity Unit in Arizona has requested a formal response from Maricopa County addressing reported election issues, such as problems with printers and protocols for voters checking out of a voting center, according to AZ Central.

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The first area of concern involved printer settings for ballots on demand with ink too light to be read by tabulators at “at least 60” locations in the county, AZ Central reported.

The second area the unit wanted a report on involved people being unable to check out of those problematic voting centers and whether their votes were counted.

There have been reports and videos posted of long lines at polling locations where vote tabulators were not able to read a large percentage of ballots, and some people left to go to other voting centers after checking in.

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In wake of the latest developments, Lake’s official campaign Twitter account tweeted the following message on Sunday evening:

Lake has refused to concede in Arizona’s governor’s race that currently shows Hobbs with a razor-thin lead.

We leave you with some videos that Lake has been posting showing firsthand accounts of election concerns in Maricopa County.