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Lake, who was backed by Trump, has not conceded in the race in the wake of her loss against Democrat Katie Hobbs and continues to make unfounded claims as she tries to raise doubts about the way the election was conducted in the state.

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On Monday, CNN reported that Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates was moved to an undisclosed location on Election Day because of fears for his safety

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Maricopa County Attorney Tom Liddy reported a threat from the Lake campaign to the local sheriff, The Washington Post reported.

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In an interview prior to the midterms, Gates told NBC News that he had spoken with law enforcement because he was on the receiving end of "vile emails and social media posts."

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Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone said Monday his agency is investigating alleged threats made against elected officials during the recent general election.

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On Election Day there was a problem with printers at some Maricopa polling locations, and though Maricopa election officials explained the printer glitch would not stop anyone from voting, Republicans seized on the issue.

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Far-right election denier candidates endorsed by Trump, however, did much poorly—Lake,, and Secretary of State candidate Mark Finchem all lost, while Attorney General nominee Abe Hamadeh is behind Democrat Kris Mayes by several hundred votes as the race appears set for a recount.

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Maricopa County spokesperson Jason Berry told CNN Gates was moved to an undisclosed location on Election Day after there was a specific threat made against Gates on social media.

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Arizona was the center of conspiracy theories when Trump lost the state narrowly to Biden, the first Republican presidential candidate to lose Arizona since 1996.

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A top Republican official in Maricopa who's defended the county's elections was reportedly moved to an undiscosed location and given protection by the Sheriff's Office due to "security concerns.".

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Voters were instructed to put their ballots into a secure ballot box to get counted instead of putting them into a machine because of the printer issue.

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A judge in Maricopa County who was asked to adjudicate on the issue said there was no evidence that anyone who wanted to vote was not able to.

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Bar codes, secure drop boxes, tracking systems and post-election audits have enhanced the security AFP has fact-checked other false and misleading claims about the midterm elections here.

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Trump repeatedly told his supporters that the election was "stolen," leading to a rise in conspiracy theories regarding the results of elections nationwide (but only when Republicans lose).

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Finchem has not conceded, continues to spread lies about the election and has called for a new election to be conducted.

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The candidate endorsed by former President Donald Trump has also denied the results of the 2020 presidential election and has yet to concede to Democrat and Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who's set to take over as governor in January.

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The-CNN-Wire KRDO NewsChannel 13 is committed to providing a forum for civil and constructive conversation.

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"We are devastated by Officer Jackson's tragic death," Chief Wendell Shirley said in a statement entral Moscow was rocked yesterday by a large warehouse fire that killed at least five people, Russian emergency services said.

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Police were detailed to patrol around the Maricopa Election Center, stationing SUVs near a chain link fence along the street, flying surveillance helicopters overhead, and maintaining a security fence surrounding the perimeter.

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As of November 21, preliminary election results showed Fetterman received 35 percent of his votes from mail-in ballots.

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Ikhtiyar Mirzoyev, a member of the regional legislature who owned the club, was later detained and charged over an alleged violation of fire safety standards.

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ormer acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal said he expects former President Trump to be indicted by a special counsel appointed by the Department of Justice (DOJ) to oversee two federal investigations.

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A federal judge on Monday wasted no time incarcerating Riley Williams, ordering U.S. Marshals to take into custody the Pennsylvania woman immediately after the jury handed down guilty verdicts in six of the eight charges in her January 6 Capitol riot trial.

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Shangela and Gleb's scores: Witney Carson, who are paired with Len for their redemption quickstep to "(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher" by Jackie Wilson.

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Thirty-nine states require that information about abstinence be taught in sex ed, while only 20 states mandate that students learn about contraception, according to the Guttmacher Institute, which tracks restrictions on reproductive rights.

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After losing to incumbents Jennifer Pawlik (D) and Jeff Weninger (R) in the 2020 general election, Harris began a "Grassroots Canvass Report" to investigate baseless allegations of voting errors in order to decertify the results of both the state legislature and presidential elections.

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"These things happen, but I would say to them, actually this should make them feel good because they see the type of redundancies that we have in place."

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"This is about our sacred right to vote, a right that many voters were sadly deprived of on November 8."

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"The chairman has said before that the environment that we're in, where people are spreading misinformation, certainly has not helped, and we've seen that over the last two years, not just this election, 2020 and then 2021 with the audit."

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"But Jeanne Kentch joined GOP state chair Kelli Ward in saying Republicans were disenfranchised because of issues in Maricopa County."

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"Have some courage and speak out and say these types of threats aren't okay against our opponents any more than they would be against us."

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"Arizonans deserve a full report and accounting of the myriad problems that occurred in relation to Maricopa County administration of the 2022 general election, the head of the unit, Jennifer Wright, wrote."

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"Bellevue police Officer Jordan Jackson, 34, died Monday afternoon at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle from crash-related injuries, according to the Bellevue Police Department."

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"The answer they arrived at was that Hillary Clinton was the central figure in an extensive web of criminality who forgave Bill Clinton's sexual misconduct so that he would protect her financial wrongdoing, up to and including drug smuggling and murder."

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"On November 17, Reps. Jason Smith and Virginia Foxx — top Republicans on the House budget and education committees, respectively — sent a letter to Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Shalanda Young regarding Biden's recent actions to reform the student-loan program."

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"Alisa planned on surprising Terrance with her new look when he arrived home from deployment, but then he told her he was delayed and would be on a later flight."

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"If he were to run for president again and win, Biden would be 82 if he gets sworn into office, and he would be closer to 90 than to 80 by the time his term expired."