The Board of Supervisors in Mohave County, Arizona on Monday voted 2 to 1 to delay the certification of the midterm election results until November 28th, ABC 15’s Garrett Archer reports, writing that it’s a “political statement of solidarity with other counties that have delayed certification,” rather than, you know, their own actual questions of their county’s results.
On Friday the supervisors in Cochise County voted to delay certification of their results while Gila and Yavapai counties are reportedly planning to do the same (though info on this is spotty). Again, while we would have to believe that Governor-elect Katie Hobbs, while still working in her current job of Secretary of State for the next several weeks would take these bastards to court and win if they don’t sign off on or before next Monday, what does it matter if they don’t? Kari Lake won Mohave County by 40,000+ votes, Yavapai by 34,000+, Cochise by more than 8,000 – all they would do is increase her and the other statewide Dems’ margins of victory.
Worse, they might actually fuck their MAGA Attorney General candidate, Abe Hamadeh. He’s only behind Dem Kris Mayes by about 760 votes and there’s still ballots out there. He could really win, and they want to set him back by tens of thousands of votes for a “political statement of solidarity”?