AP: “No Shockers” At Vaseline Woman’s Election Trial

The Associated Press reports:

On the first day of trial in her election challenge Wednesday, Kari Lake’s lawyers alleged small-bore problems that didn’t appear to show the widespread, intentional misconduct she would need to prove.

Lawyers for the former television anchor are focusing on problems with ballot printers at some polling places in Maricopa County, home to more than 60% of voters.

County officials say everyone had a chance to vote and all ballots were counted since ballots affected by the printers were taken to more sophisticated counters at the elections department headquarters.

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