Trump, Done with Democracy, Calls on Kari Lake to Be ‘Installed’ as Arizona’s Governor

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Donald Trump on Monday declared the Arizona midterm elections "another criminal electoral operation" and called for defeated gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake to be "appointed governor of Arizona."
Much of Lake's Trump-backed campaign has focused on bolstering unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 election, and the former TV host has lived up to her commitment to accepting election results only if she wins.
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Lake, who lost her run for governor to Democrat Katie Hobbs, has refused to acknowledge the election results, instead filing a lawsuit seeking public records from Maricopa County detailing which voters were having issues voting, and information about vote counting errors.
"We know we won this election," Lake said in a weekend interview with far-right streaming service Real America's Voice. "We will do everything in our power to ensure that every single Arizonan vote that has been disenfranchised is counted."
Their efforts collide with an important election deadline. Monday is the final day for Arizona counties to confirm results from the 2022 midterm exams, and several counties have declined to schedule challenges. Cochise and Mojave Country -- both rural Republican strongholds in the state -- voted not to proceed with the certification, instead deferring their final decision until the last possible moment. If counties don't confirm their elections in a timely manner, Arizona state officials have indicated they will go to court to compel confirmation or have all of the district's ballots discarded. If not resolved, the challenges could cause problems with Arizona's planned statewide certification on December 5.
GOP employees and officers were seized over problems with a subset of ballot printers at Arizona personal voting centers to pressure county officials to respond to allegations of fraud and misconduct. Less than 1% of ballots cast in the election were affected by the issue, according to Maricopa County officials. Cochise Country heard from three conspiracy theorists who filed multiple baseless lawsuits in Arizona to overturn the 2020 results before voting to delay their certification. Petitioners Tom Rice, Brian Steiner and Daniel Wood allege that the state's ballot counting machines have not been properly certified, a claim election commissioner Kori Lorick has categorically denied.
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Arizona Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich released a public statement requesting that Maricopa County address various GOP grievances regarding the administration of the elections. In response, the county released a report Sunday saying problems with printers were not preventing Arizonans from casting their ballots. Tom Liddy, the Republican chief of the Maricopa County Civil Division, included a letter with the report detailing the attorney general's allegations point by point.
An Associated Press investigation found that election certifications in most states were conducted "smoothly" and with "few complaints." Still, the former president has used Lake's loss to rekindle his own conspiratorial claims. As previously reported by Rolling Stone, Trump had made preparations among supporters and allies to question the results of the Midterms months before they were held. The conspiracy and fraud allegations would likely have been much more widespread if Trump-backed candidates had not failed in major elections across the country.
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