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ARIZONA UPDATE: Kari Lake Within 1% Of Katie Hobbs – Republicans Are Coming Back

Trump-Endorsed Candidates in Arizona are making a come-back from the election day counting, which showed them trailing their radical left Democratic opponents.

The Gateway Pundit reported earlier that the Democrats were reportedly winning. They want us to believe that a solid red state switched to the Democrat Party in 2020, and then after two years of complete disaster and a wide open border, Democrats came back to sweep the state for the first time ever.

ARIZONA UPDATE: Now They Want Us to Believe Democrats and Mousy Katie Hobbs Are Going to Sweep the State? …Update: It’s Not Over Yet

Blake Masters took the lead in four different final polls, and Trump-Endorsed Republicans held steady leads over radical left Democrats in other polls before the election. They would have swept the ticket in a free and fair election!

It’s not over yet, though.

Multiple ballot drops last night from Maricopa County showed Kari Lake taking over 70% of the counted votes, and she is now within striking distance of Katie Hobbs.

Arizona State Representative Jake Hoffman told a crowd of supporters last night that 71% of the last five ballot drops were for Kari Lake.

TPUSA COO Tyler Bowyer tweeted this morning, “Governor Lake is inevitable.”

Another ballot drop from Pima County this morning brought Kari Lake less than 1 point and less than 12,000 votes behind Katie Hobbs, with less than 70% of the total votes counted.

Trump-Endorsed Attorney General Nominee Abe Hamadeh is also gaining on his Kris Mayes, who leads by less than 4,000 votes.

Tyler Bowyer tweeted that Mark Finchem and Blake Masters’ races may be tight, but the next drops will tell what is to come.

Masters still remains confident in the results of the numbers.

Maricopa County, where voters faced machine failures, extremely long lines, and ballot printing issues in Republican districts, tweeted that a new batch of results can be expected tonight.

The Gateway Pundit reported that tabulators in Republican districts across Maricopa County were not working when the polls opened at 6 am, and voters were being told to place their ballots in a separate bin to be counted later on.


The County still needs to process 17,000 votes from “box 3,” the separate bin where ballots were stuffed.

Additionally, Tucson radio host Garret Lewis says that Pima County’s remaining ballots nearly all came from GOP voters at the County’s busiest voting center.

Kari Lake says she is going to win big and to stay tuned for tonight!

The post ARIZONA UPDATE: Kari Lake Within 1% Of Katie Hobbs – Republicans Are Coming Back appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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