- Dec 24, 2001
- Albuquerque, NM
You need a source for that before it carries any weight beyond being a ridiculous opinion.many votes were illegal, easily greater than margin of victory. signatures did not match at scale...the process for validating them showed serious issues too (aka mass marking votes valid w/o checking in 2022). the court's ruling on this goes directly against law. this absolutely can and should got to scotus.
the judge is *lying*. "“clear and convincing evidence or a preponderance of evidence” that misconduct was committed in last fall’s Arizona election." is not the required standard to invalidate the election.
you don't need "misconduct" for her case to be valid. all you need is to demonstrate that votes that were counted should not have been per law. she did that, there were plenty of invalid votes that were counted, far beyond margin of victory.