Challenges to election processes in Arizona are already underway in 2022, as they were in the 2020 election.
Here’s a rundown of what has happened in Arizona so far in the general election cycle.
Disputes have continued for days over counting ballots in this southeastern Arizona county, with a population of about 125,500 people.
Cochise County officials had intended to hand count all ballots cast in the Nov. 8 election, officials said Oct. 28. A Superior Court judge ruled Nov. 7 that the county can’t hand count all of its ballots after the election as planned. The decision likely will face an appeal.
County officials say they want to assuage voter distrust in elections by manually counting the ballots to match…
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