Hobbs presses steadily toward transition, even as challenges swirl

Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs shakes hands with Gov. Doug Ducey Wednesday at a meeting in the governor’s office. Ducey congratulated Hobbs and said it is time for Arizonans to move forward “no matter who we voted for,” an apparent rebuke to GOP gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake, who has refused to concede. (Arizona governor’s office/Courtesy via Cronkite News)

Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs shakes hands with Gov. Doug Ducey Wednesday at a meeting in the governor’s office. Ducey congratulated Hobbs and said it is time for Arizonans to move forward “no matter who we voted for,” an apparent rebuke to GOP gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake, who has refused to concede. (Arizona governor’s office/Courtesy via Cronkite News)

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