Conservative Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate, Kari Lake, has given a significant update on her ongoing election case against Maricopa County election officials and former Secretary of State Katie Hobbs.
In a tweet on Sunday night, Lake confirmed that her team would be filing the case with the Arizona Supreme Court by Tuesday (2/28), requesting an expedited review.
She also requested Americans to “please pray for justice.”
“We will be filing our case with the AZ Supreme Court by this Tuesday (2/28) and we will be asking for an expedited review,” Lake Tweeted. “As soon as the filings are available I will share them with you.”
This decision comes after the Arizona Appellate Court recently upheld the superior court’s decision to confirm Democrat Katie Hobbs as the state’s governor.
Lake’s case highlights major problems surrounding the election day processes in Maricopa County, including tabulator issues, voting machine malfunctions, and the questionable processes regarding chain of custody documentation for paper ballots.
The lawsuit hearing took place in early February, and the evidence presented pointed out the discrepancies in the election processes, which have been a significant source of controversy in the recent elections.
The lawsuit aims to bring attention to these problems and hold election officials accountable for their actions.
Lake has been actively campaigning for the gubernatorial position in Arizona and is known for her conservative views and staunch opposition to left-wing policies.
Her supporters have rallied behind her in the wake of the election controversies, with many believing that the elections were rigged.