November 13th. After a number of U.S.A. Media estimated that the Democratic candidate Biden won the election, the Trump campaign filed a lawsuit in Arizona, claiming that the local staff’s poor guidance and improper operation of the election machine caused Trump to lose a lot of money vote.
According to a report submitted by the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office, more than half of Arizona’s counties have conducted post-election audits and found no improprieties that might affect the election results.
According to a CNN report on the 12th, the Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee required manual review of several polling places, including Maricopa County and Phoenix City. After auditing the ballots in four Arizona counties, no evidence of election fraud was found. The votes of these 4 counties accounted for 86% of all votes in the state.
The report pointed out that the gap between Biden and Trump’s votes in Arizona is relatively small. Biden slightly leads Trump with 11,390 votes. According to the office of the state secretary of state, as of the morning of the 12th, there are less than 25,000 ballots to be counted.
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs sneered at the Trump team’s approach. Her spokesperson said that it was just a delaying tactic, and “they took it as a life-saving straw.”