Mohave, Cochise counties wait to certify Arizona election results in protest
Two counties in Arizona are refusing to certify their election results in what they say is a protest of election day voting issues in Maricopa County – home to 60% of the state’s voters. Some Arizona Republicans say Maricopa county’s voting machine glitches cost them the election.
Democrats won both the Senate and Governor’s races, while the contest for Attorney General is so close it’s going to a mandatory recount.
On election day, machines at 67 polling locations in Maricopa county had a technological glitch that prevented certain votes from being counted on site. Instead those ballots had to be counted at the county elections department.
There are two counties that haven’t certified. Mohave county, where officials promised they will come back to do it on the November 28th deadline, and Cochise county, where officials haven’t said they’ll do it, but scheduled a meeting to discuss certification on that day. Straight from DC, I’m Ray Bogan.