Arizona Cultist Loses Another 2022 Election Lawsuit

The Arizona Republic reports:

A Maricopa County judge will allow election officials to seek sanctions against former attorney general candidate and current U.S. House candidate Abe Hamadeh after tossing out a lawsuit seeking to challenge the results of the 2022 election.

Judge Susanna Pineda’s Monday ruling consolidated two lawsuits that questioned the signature comparison methods used to verify mail-in votes cast in Maricopa County in 2022.

Hamadeh, a Republican, lost the attorney general’s race by 280 votes. His suit asked the court to order Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes to step down from her role, order county officials to “decertify” the race, and order county officials to redo signature verification for 2022 mail-in ballots.

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