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Loser In Arizona AG Race Loses Again In Recount

ABC News reports: Democrat Kris Mayes is the winner of Arizona’s attorney general race, a state judge announced Thursday. Mayes defeated Republican Abraham Hamadeh by 280 votes after a mandatory recount was triggered due to how close they were separated after the initial tally in November, when Mayes led by roughly 500 votes out of 2.5 million cast. Maricopa County …

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Judge Rules Against Nutbag AZ Sec Of State Candidate

The Washington Post reports: An Arizona judge on Friday ruled from the bench against Abe Hamadeh, the unsuccessful Republican candidate for state attorney general who claimed that improper adjudication of ballots and other errors cost him the election and who had asked to be declared the winner. Hamadeh lost to Democrat Kris Mayes by 511 votes, a narrow margin that …

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Judge OKs Lawsuit By Losing Arizona AG Candidate

The Associated Press reports: An Arizona judge ruled Tuesday that Republican Abraham Hamadeh can proceed with his lawsuit challenging the results of the election for attorney general, which he lost in one of the closest elections in state history. Mohave County Superior Court Judge Lee Jantzen ruled that Hamadeh can attempt to prove his case during a trial scheduled for …

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Arizona AG Candidate Sues To Be Declared Winner

The Hill reports: The GOP nominee for attorney general in Arizona and the Republican National Committee (RNC) filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging that mismanagement by elections officials may have influenced the results of the race. The Arizona attorney general’s race was set to go to a recount after Democrat Kris Mayes led Republican Abraham Hamadeh by 510 votes. Hamadeh and …

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Cultist Arizona AG Nominee Boasted Of Voter Fraud

The Phoenix New Times reports: Abe Hamadeh has built his campaign for attorney general around cleaning up elections in Arizona. Yet as a teenager, he boasted to an online message board about voting before he was legally allowed to and altering his mom’s ballot. The posts were among thousands Hamadeh made to an online message board beginning in 2007. When …

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