Two Arizona Counties DELAY Certification of 2022 Election Results

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Two Arizona counties have voted to delay the certification of the 2022 state wide election as GOP voters claim they were disenfranchised.

Three men were able to convince the 2 Republican supervisors of Cochise County to delay the certification.

“The equipment used in Cochise County is properly certified under both federal and state laws and requirements. The claims that the SLI testing labs were not properly accredited are false,” – Arizona Elections Director Kori Lorick

“Did you hear me say many, many, many, many times that there’s never a perfect election? Never will be, Just the way — it’s just the nature of the beast, just the way things go on. … But this was a very, very, very successful election.” – Allen Tempert, the county’s elections director

“I don’t think it’s fair that we have to pay the price, that we have to go through this angst every election because of what goes on down there, So whatever happens with this vote right now, I want everyone to know it has nothing to do with Mohave County, because you guys did an awesome job.” – Supervisor Hildy Angius (R)

“We’re not Maricopa County, we’re Mohave County, Our vote is solid, our canvass is gonna be solid. Whether or not it’s today or Monday, it’s gonna be the same. We’re good.” -Supervisor Jean Bishop (R)

This all comes after Kari Lake is attempting to clean up this election in an attempt to still win her election.