BREAKING: Arizona Gubernatorial Race Called for Democrat Katie Hobbs


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In a long, drawn-out Arizona electoral process – the race has finally been called by Decision Desk HQ against Republican Kari Lake.

Democrat Katie Hobbs is projected to win the Arizona governorship after all the ballots have been tallied. The decision was made at 8:50 pm eastern time.

At the time of this writing, an estimated 98% of the votes have been counted. Katie Hobbs captured 50.39% of the vote with 1,267,241 total ballots. Kari Lake trails her democratic opponent, with 49.61% of the vote with 1,247,859 total ballots.

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Of the 15 counties in Arizona, Lake won 10. These include all the counties bordering California, Mohave, La Paz, and Yuma counties. Hobbs captured the counties with large cities at the center, including Coconino (home to Flagstaff), Maricopa (home to Phoenix), and Pima (home to Tuscon).

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Hobbs supporters were pleased with the evening results, congratulating the future Democratic administration.

For Lake supporters, the news was disappointing. Some supporters have even called for a forensic audit of the vote.

Both the Arizona governor’s race and the U.S. Senate race were highly watched contests in the national spotlight. Republican Blake Masters lost his race against Democrat Mark Kelly, with the race called by Fox News on November 11th. Kelly won with 51.4% of the vote and 1,300,471 ballots counted. Masters trailed with 46.5% of the vote and 1,174,755 ballots counted. These numbers reflect the latest count with 98.06% estimated vote.

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  1. Very disappointed in the mid term elections but I am of the opinion that Kari Lake is , if she wishes, a future in the Republican party. Fresh new faces are what we need in my opinion

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