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State Supreme Court rejects delay in CD2 recount (access required)

The Arizona Supreme Court denied a request to delay a recount in Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District, made Monday by a collection of Pima and Cochise County voters who contend the recount procedures set out by the secretary of state violate state law.

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This April 11, 2018, photo shows a sign directing voters to an early-voting location in Surprise, Ariz. Secretary of State Katie Hobbs settled a lawsuit with the Navajo Nation by adopting an elections procedure that allows counties five days to fix early ballots that don’t match signatures on file or are missing signatures. PHOTO BY ANITA SNOW/ASSOCIATED PRESS

Ugenti-Rita: Hobbs overstepped authority with elections procedure (access required)

A Navajo Nation lawsuit against the state and several counties now hinges on the adoption of a new election procedures manual drafted by Secretary of State Katie Hobbs.