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Kari Lake Gears Up for Legal Challenge to Questionable Ariz. Election

'Almost HALF of all voting centers experienced similar issues. This is unacceptable...'

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) Republican Kari Lake is preparing to fight for election integrity and the still-unfolding Arizona governor’s tilt in a very close race that is on the verge of triggering an automatic recount, amidst significant voter irregularities.

Lake’s race, despite being called for Democrat Katie Hobbs by the mainstream media, is very close and still being tallied, according to the Epoch Times.

Based on the Time’s estimated 28,251 votes remaining and the difference of 17,200 votes between them, Lake would need to get about 57% of the remaining ballots to reach a total of 49.75%. If reached, that number would put her within the margin for an automatic recount.

The razor-thin margins are accompanied by significant ballot irregularities, as reported by American Greatness.

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In a tweeted video, a Scottsdale poll-watcher explained the irregularities he observed.

“We started experiencing issues with tabulators not accepting voters’ ballots,” he said. “These voters were told to reenter their ballots four different ways in the original tabulator, then if all failed, do the same thing in the second tabulator.”

If that failed, then they were to again try the first tabulator. When that also failed, they were asked to reprint a ballot and start from scratch. The process was reported to take over 30 minutes.

He reported that the performance issues of the machines arose after a visit by a county technician.

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A voter in deep red Maricopa County reported that her voting machine rejected her ballot and the ballots of everyone in front of and behind her.

Yet another voter reported that the machines failed to read about 2/3 of voters’s ballots. His voting process took over an hour.

“Almost HALF of all voting centers experienced similar issues. This is unacceptable,” Lake tweeted.

In addition to the difficulty of tabulating ballots, the reported numbers are suspicious, according to American Thinker. For the numbers to add up, 68,00 Republican voters would have to vote for a Democrat governor, senator, attorney general and secretary of state.

Lake is weighing legal repercussions, according to the New York Times.

She appeared to signal her intentions with a video montage of herself set to Tom Petty’s classic song “I Won’t Back Down”.

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