PHOENIX — Arizona Republicans are still hoping to pull out a “win” for President Trump, even if it doesn’t end up mattering on the national level — and even if it takes going to court.
The Trump reelection committee and the state and national Republican parties filed suit Saturday contending that procedures used in Maricopa County resulted in some voters’ ballots not being tallied. They want a judge to bar the election results from being certified until certain disputed ballots are reviewed.
The lawsuit comes as the latest tallies Saturday added 32,478 new votes in Arizona for the president over Friday night’s figures, compared to 23,835 for Democrat Joe Biden.
That put Trump within about 21,000 votes of taking the lead.
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