Arizona Gubernatorial candidate, Kari Lake, is pulling out all of the stops. Data crunchers are crunching numbers. Lawyers are working around the clock. Grassroots support is filing in. The Associated Press still has not called this race – almost a week after election day.
Thousands of Arizona voters fear that their vote has not been counted. They can check the status by visiting a website that Kari Lake has set up.
If your vote still isn’t showing up or you were turned away from the polls – or waited in line for hours – immediately email [email protected]
After that, tell your story to Defend Democracy Arizona.
The Associated Press said that they have not called this race for the following reason,
“WASHINGTON (AP) — The Associated Press has not yet called the open governor’s race in Arizona between Katie Hobbs, the Democratic secretary of state, and Republican Kari Lake, a former TV broadcaster, because there are still too many votes left to count to conclude Hobbs’ lead is insurmountable.”
At the time of this articles publishing, Katie Hobbs had 50.51% of the vote and Kari Lake had 49.49%. More votes need to be counted and verified before the AP calls this race. Stay tuned to American Action News as the results continue to roll in.