Republican country supervisors in Arizona broke the law when they refused to sign off on the vote count by this week’s deadline, judge rules.
Hobbs' challenger — right-wing election denier Kari Lake — has not accepted defeat and continues to challenge the result of the race.
“Does Rudy [Giuliani] still have an Arizona law license?” quipped one reply to the failed gubernatorial candidate.
The Republican candidate for governor started out optimistic after Election Day. As more votes for her opponent rolled in, her campaign called for a re-vote in the state’s largest county.
It's not clear yet whether the former newscaster will challenge the result.
The release of ballots on Saturday from Arizona’s largest county netted Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake a few thousand votes, but she’s still trailing Democrat Katie Hobbs by tens of thousands of ballots.
In short, there are a lot of mail-in ballots to count.
The envelope had reportedly been sent to the GOP gubernatorial candidate's Arizona campaign headquarters.
But the races for U.S. Senate and attorney general were still too early to call with about a fifth of the total ballots left to be counted.
Everything's at stake, but nothing is certain when the polls are this close.