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Arizona’s Ducey meets with Hobbes despite no concessions from Lake

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Outgoing Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said Wednesday his Republican administration will ensure an orderly transition to the Democratic Party. Katie Hobbeshis first public statement regarding her victory.

Ducey met Hobbs at his office more than a week after meeting him. Victory made clear The number of days since the last vote was counted.but lost to Republicans Kari Lake disapproves Since the election, it has also worked to bring to the attention of voters who say they were affected by ballot printer problems at several polling places in Maricopa County.

“We have all been patiently waiting for the democratic process to unfold,” Ducey said in a statement. “The people of Arizona have spoken, their votes have been counted, and we will respect their decisions.”

Ducey called to congratulate Hobbs the day after the Associated Press and other news outlets called for the race, but did not make an official statement on the results until Wednesday.

Ducey was co-chair of the Republican Governors Association, which spent more than $10 million on television ads attacking Hobbes, but was not a staunch supporter of Lake. Although he backed her rival in the Republican primary and backed the entire Republican ticket to the general election, he did not campaign alongside Lake.

President Trump Holds Rally in Mesa, Arizona
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey speaks at President Donald Trump’s rally at the International Aviation Facility in Mesa, Arizona, October 19, 2018.

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Hobbs, now secretary of state, vettes potential staffers and makes her the first Democrat to hold a top state job since Janet Napolitano stepped down as homeland security secretary after the 2008 election. We have formed a migration team that is preparing.

The Ducey-Hobbs conference comes the day after the Republican candidate for the Republican National Committee and Arizona Attorney General Abraham Hamadeh filed an election challenge in his election, with Hamadeh automatically recounted by 510 votes. It’s a schedule.

That appeal, filed in Maricopa County Superior Court, alleges that a variety of issues affected the outcome of the extremely tight race. Some votes should not have been counted, while others were rejected when they should have been counted. It alleges that election officials made a mistake in duplicating ballots that tabulators could not read.

The lawsuit also alleges that some voters in Maricopa County were denied the opportunity to vote. So I couldn’t vote elsewhere because the county’s computer system said I was voting.

The lawsuit states that Hamade and the RNC “do not allege fraud, manipulation or other willful misconduct to challenge the results of the November 8, 2022 general election.”

“Arizona voters want answers and deserve transparency about the gross incompetence and mismanagement of the general election by certain election officials,” Hamade said in a statement.

Democrat Chris Mays will ask a judge to dismiss Hamade’s lawsuit, Mays attorney Dan Burr said.

In a statement, Barr said, “Abe Hamade’s allegations lack actual facts.” It’s not reasonable.”

Republicans dominated the polls on Election Day, but Democrats dominated mail-in ballots.

Maricopa County officials acknowledged that some voters were being inconvenienced by a printer issue, but the issue was resolved early afternoon on Election Day. Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates said the problem was exacerbated by a prominent Republican who made supporters afraid that votes would not be counted.

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