The Arizona Republic reports:
Maricopa County Superior Court judge tossed out a lawsuit on Friday claiming that the county denied one voter the right to cast her ballot and failed to properly process another voter’s ballot, dismissing the last election-related case pending in Arizona.
The lawsuit names two voters as plaintiffs: Laurie Aguilera, the same woman who filed the now-defunct suit against the county over the use of Sharpies on Election Day, and Donovan Drobina. Both went to vote in person in Maricopa County on Election Day.
Aguilera alleges that when she and her husband attempted to cast their ballots, the tabulator did not display any confirmation that her ballot had been accepted, as it had for her husband’s ballot. She claims she requested a new ballot, but poll workers refused.
🚨BREAKING: Sharpiegate III DISMISSED. Reminder, this was a lawsuit filed by two Republican voters who claim they were unable to have their vote counted.
Trump and his allies are now 2-33 in post election litigation.https://t.co/xbYJmzMSRU
— Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) November 21, 2020