The judge in Arizona rejected the claim of the Republicans on the audit of votes

In Arizona, a judge rejected the Republican Party’s claim to verify votes in the presidential election, the Hill newspaper reports.

The Republican lawsuit concerned Maricopa County, where most of the population of Arizona lives. Supporters of incumbent President Donald Trump were unhappy that the district residents were allowed to vote at any polling station, which violated state law.

It is planned that the district authorities will announce the official certification of the voting results on Friday.

According to the media, after counting 100% of the votes, democratic candidate Joe Biden wins more than 10,000 votes in Arizona from Trump – about 0.3%.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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