Hobbs’ Office Threatened County Board If It Wouldn’t Certify Election

The top deputy of Arizona Secretary of State and Governor-elect Katie Hobbs, D-Ariz., threatened the Mohave County Board of Supervisors with prosecution if it would not certify the election results in her favor before the state’s deadline.

Emails show that Arizona State Elections Director Kori Lorick wrote numerous emails and letters warning the county that it would face indictment if it refused to certify the election in time.

“Our office will take all legal action necessary to ensure that Arizona’s voters have their votes counted, including referring the individual supervisors who vote not to certify for criminal enforcement under A.R.S. 16-1010,” Lorick wrote to the county board.

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