Maricopa County and the State of Arizona have not updated their primary election results since 2:30 AM in the morning.

They quit counting when Kari Lake pulled ahead.

The Maricopa County elections department tweeted this out at 2:42 AM on Wednesday morning.
They all went home with 20% of the vote left to count.

That’s a wrap on results for Election Night. We’ll be back tomorrow signature verifying all of the early ballots dropped off today. We’ll post updated results again by 7 p.m. Wednesday. Find the tallies at

— Maricopa County Elections Department (@MaricopaVote) August 3, 2022

It’s now been over 12 hours since they shut down their counting in Maricopa County.

50 minutes ago they posted a new video of elections workers back counting in Maricopa County.

The county insists this is legitimate.

They are making a mockery of the election process in America.

And, of course, they say they are calling every voter to make sure they can count the vote even if there are errors on the ballot envelope.

While 7 in 8 voters cast an early ballot, 122K were returned Tuesday. Now, we verify each signature, review provisional ballots & contact 1000s of voters whose signatures require additional review. With an est 150-160K ballots left to count, we’ll update results daily by 7 pm.

— Maricopa County Elections Department (@MaricopaVote) August 3, 2022

And now Maricopa County is mocking the election integrity crowd saying they are delaying the vote totals because, “We follow the law.”

What a crock!

Q: “Why aren’t 100% of ballots counted yet?”
A: We follow the law.

Signature verification before tabulation
Bipartisan processing
Provisional ballot review
5-day post-election period for voters to cure signatures

Thank you, @maricopavote election workers!

— Maricopa County (@maricopacounty) August 3, 2022

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