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Former Maricopa County official: No one in Arizona believes Katie Hobbs won

• by WorldTribune

Lake's investigative team "discovered that over 298,942 ballots delivered to third-party signature verification service Runbeck Election Services on Election Day had no chain of custody, and provided this evidence" to Maricopa County Judge Peter Thompson, who dismissed the case, former Maricopa County official Rachel Alexander noted in a Jan. 2 op-ed.

"A Runbeck employee stated there were at least 9,530 duplicate ballots printed and issued with no chain of custody. And two days after the election, 25,000 more ballots were found which lacked a chain of custody, totaling over 333,472 ballots. Under Arizona law, every one of those constitutes a class 2 misdemeanor," added Alexander, who previously served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Arizona, and Special Assistant/Deputy County Attorney for the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.

Democrat Katie Hobbs was declared the winner over Lake by about 17,000 votes.

But Alexander contends that, outside of the leftist bubble attempting to control the narrative, nobody in Arizona actually believes Hobbs won.