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State lawyers asking judge to toss latest presidential race lawsuit

A lawyer who represents Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, above,told a judge Monday, Dec. 14 that Arizona law requires anyone filing a lawsuit contesting election results to be a “qualified elector.” And that, she said, means they need to be registered to vote. (Courier file photo)

A lawyer who represents Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, above,told a judge Monday, Dec. 14 that Arizona law requires anyone filing a lawsuit contesting election results to be a “qualified elector.” And that, she said, means they need to be registered to vote. (Courier file photo)

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