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From President Donald J. Trump:

Even as a new poll finds a whopping majority of likely voters believe Election Day problems in Maricopa County likely swayed the outcome of the Senate election in Arizona, a federal judge imposed rare sanctions against attorneys representing GOP gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake in her legal challenge to the county’s administration of the 2022 election.

A recent Rasmussen Reports poll found that 71% of likely U.S. voters “believe it’s Likely — including 40% who say it’s Very Likely — that problems with the election in Maricopa County affected the outcome of the Senate election in Arizona.” Among Republicans, 52% said “very likely,” and 27% said “somewhat likely.” Meanwhile, 23% of Democrats said “very likely,” while 42% said “somewhat likely.”

A total of 23% of voters do not believe it’s likely that the issues in Maricopa County affected the election.

Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly defeated GOP Senate nominee Blake Masters 51% to 47%.

Following widespread reports of malfunctioning election machines, repeatedly rejected votes and hours-long wait times at polling centers in Maricopa County, Lake said the election was “botched and broken beyond repair.”

Read the full article by Natalie Mittelstadt with Just the News here

Author: Press Release


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