BREAKING UPDATE: — At Least THREE ARIZONA COUNTIES Delay Certification of the Tainted 2022 Midterm Election – Gila, Conchise, Mohave, and Yavapai ~ Nov. 22, 2022

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Update…

NOW THREE Arizona Counties will hold off on certifying the highly suspect 2022 midterm elections in the state.

Seth Keshel posted this on Truth Social.

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Mohave, Gila, Conchise, and Yavapai counties have refused to certify the suspect election!

There are only 15 counties in the state.

Voters in all rural counties in Arizona are being disenfranchised by Maricopa County’s incompetence/malfeasance. I’m happy to see that my county (Mohave) voted to delay certification. #ElectionIntegrity

— Dr. Kelli Ward 🇺🇸 (@kelliwardaz) November 21, 2022

The Cochise County Board in southeast Arizona delayed the certification of the suspect midterm elections on Friday.

Republicans in the state had 72% of the turnout on election day. Democrats had only a 17% turnout. But for some reason, the remaining ballots after election day broke even between the two parties – despite Republicans holding strong leads in the polls.

Secretary of State candidate Mark Finchum tweeted out the news on Friday.
Mark says this may set precedent for other counties to do the same.
now establishes precedent to do the same in other counties now that Cochise County is validating their results. Arizona cannot certify any election results until all counties have rendered certified results. /2
— Mark Finchem #JustFollowTheLaw VoteFinchem.com (@RealMarkFinchem) November 19, 2022

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