Arizona county certifies election after judge's order

Democratic Arizona Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs speaks at a victory rally, Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022, in Phoenix. An Arizona judge on Thursday, Dec. 1, ordered Cochise County officials to certify the midterm election results by the end of the day. Hobbs filed suit Monday, as did a local voter and a group of retirees, arguing the supervisors are required by law certify the election, a process formally known as a canvass. Hobbs says she is required to hold the statewide certification on Dec. 5 and by law can delay it only until Dec. 8. (Matt York/AP)

Democratic Arizona Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs speaks at a victory rally, Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022, in Phoenix. An Arizona judge on Thursday, Dec. 1, ordered Cochise County officials to certify the midterm election results by the end of the day. Hobbs filed suit Monday, as did a local voter and a group of retirees, arguing the supervisors are required by law certify the election, a process formally known as a canvass. Hobbs says she is required to hold the statewide certification on Dec. 5 and by law can delay it only until Dec. 8. (Matt York/AP)

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