Trump-Endorsed Arizona Attorney General Nominee Abe Hamadeh’s lawsuit is moving forward with evidentiary hearings in his election contest lawsuit today.
The Gateway Pundit previously reported that Hamadeh filed a lawsuit in the Mohave County Superior Court against Kris Mayes, Katie Hobbs, and all Arizona County election officials.
Read Abe Hamadeh’s lawsuit here.
Watch live below.
Hamadeh is down by 511 votes out of more than 2.5 million ballots cast in his race, and there is an ongoing recount to determine the winner.
On November 8, 2022, at least 50% of the tabulators or printers were not operating on Election Day in Maricopa County.
Republicans waited 4 hours in the Arizona sun to vote in Maricopa county. Thousands were told they could vote at a different precinct after they signed in, which they couldn’t. And tens of thousands were told to dump their ballot into a bin that would be counted later.
Following Election Day, Democrat candidates won more than 50% of the votes despite only recording 17% of the turnout on Election Day. How is this possible?
Thousands of Abe Hamadeh voters were disenfranchised and prevented from voting.
The Defendants’ motions to dismiss the lawsuit failed. Count V alleging that “a material number of early ballots cast in the November 8, 2022 general election were transmitted in envelopes containing an affidavit signature that the County Recorder or the Recorder’s designee determined did not correspond to the signature in the putative voter’s ‘registration record,’” was dismissed.
Counts I-IV regarding the wrongful disqualification of provisional and early ballots, wrongful exclusion of provisional voters, inaccurate ballot duplications, and improper ballot adjudications are being considered in today’s trial.
The Gateway Pundit reported on Kari Lake’s trial to overturn the fraudulent Governor’s election. The Judge is currently working on a decision in Lake’s case.
Watch the trial live:
WATCH NOW Abe Hamadeh trial over in far western Mohave county AZ.https://t.co/FKbDsPXzsz
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) December 23, 2022