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Katie Hobbs, Arizona's governor-elect, wants Cochise County's votes counted.
Either the conspiracy theorists and election deniers are dead wrong about Governor-elect and current Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, or she's really, really bad at cheating.
I mean come on
This is a gift, a freebie, a waist-high fastball served right in the center of the plate only to beg Hobbs to throw it out of the park.
In a 2-1 vote that pits the sole Democrat against a majority Republican, Cochise County's lunatic supervisors wait to certify their county's election results. And instead of saying "thank you" and praising the clumsy fools on the board, Hobbs' office decided to sue them for failing to comply with state law.
Katie Hobbs might look the other way
Or, as Kori Lorick, director of the Arizona Electoral Service, put it: “In the event that you do not apply by the deadline, we stand ready to take legal action and petition a court to have you discharge your legal responsibilities. Arizona law states that the County Board of Supervisors has a non-discretionary duty to review the county's election results... So under the law, they have that responsibility, and refusing to call the election would essentially ban all voters in Cochise Disenfranchise County. ”
What did I tell you? Terrible at cheating.
In court: Cochise County sued twice after failing to certify election results
If Hobbs and her office decided to disobey the law and essentially look the other way, it would be a bonanza for the Democrats, pennies from heaven.
Cochise County is heavily Republican. According to records on the county's website, Republican Juan Ciscomani received nearly 14,000 more votes than Democrat Kirsten Engle in her race for Arizona's 6th congressional district. Similarly, Republican Tom Horne received 9,000 more votes than Democrat Kathy Hoffman in the competition for superintendent of public education.
She could "steal" the election for 2 Democrats.
If regulators refused to certify their election results and, as the law stipulates, "disenfranchised all voters in Cochise County," Democrats would have enough votes from the other 14 counties to win those two races.
All Katie Hobbs' office has to do to make this happen is turn a blind eye. Don't file a lawsuit. Do nothing.
Let the silly Republican majority on the Cochise County board of directors — ironically screeching about the absence of voting irregularities — negate the votes of tens of thousands of its residents, most of them from their own party.
There couldn't be an easier way to "steal" a few elections.
Instead, Hobbs helps those who voted against her
If Hobbs was part of a sinister plot to defraud Arizona voters, as loser Kari Lake claims - with no evidence - she would welcome the board's refusal to confirm the vote.
She would give other Democrats a national office and a state office.
Instead, she does exactly the opposite. She is siding with the law and the people of Cochise County, despite supporting her opponent by more than 8,000 votes.
So, either Hobbs is a fair, law-abiding straight shooter or... she really reeks of cheating.
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This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Cochise County Proves Katie Hobbs Reeks of Cheating
Katie Hobbs
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