The Hill reports:
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (D) said Wednesday that the Trump campaign does not have a “legal pathway” should it look to sue the state over its vote counting. “They don’t have a legal pathway to challenge. We are legally counting valid ballots, and there’s not a way to stop that,” Hobbs said on CNN.
Arizona has already been projected to fall into Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s column, though Hobbs estimated there are 600,000 outstanding votes left to be counted.
About 400,000 of those votes are in Maricopa County, the largest county in the state, which leans Democratic, and the “bulk” of those votes are early ballots that were dropped off on Monday or Tuesday.