Kari Lake Scores Big Win In Legal Battle Over Arizona Governor Race

Kari Lake’s legal battle over the Arizona governor race just got a little easier.

A judge has just granted her request to examine ballots.

There are simply too many fishy aspects of this election. Don’t Arizona election officials want people to trust the outcome of elections?

PJ Media reports:

Kari Lake Scores a Huge Victory in Her Election Challenge Lawsuit

Despite various efforts to stop it, Kari Lake’s election challenge lawsuit is moving forward, and her legal team has scored a major victory.

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A judge in the Maricopa County Superior Court has granted Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake’s request to inspect ballots as she prepares to take her case challenging the results of the gubernatorial election to trial.

The ruling, issued on Thursday by Judge Peter Thompson, would allow for inspecting random ballots throughout the county before the trial date.

“Thompson granted three of Lake’s four demands, allowing the inspection of 50 random ‘ballot-on-demand’ printed ballots, 50 random early ballots, and 50 random BOD ballots marked spoiled. The judge denied her bid to inspect 50 random early ballot envelopes,” reports Just The News. “All parties involved were granted until 12:00 p.m. on ‘Friday, December 15, 2022’ to submit their choice of ballot inspector to the court. Court documents appear to have erroneously stated the date, as Friday is the 16th of December.”

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Maricopa County officials and Lake’s opponent, Katie Hobbs, the current Secretary of State of Arizona, who certified her own election victory, have sought to get Lake’s lawsuit dismissed.

This is great news for Lake.

People want answers.

Our elections are supposed to be transparent.

 

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