Trump promised he would win the great state of Arizona…
And he appears to be making good on that promise!
The latest numbers from Arizona are AMAZING for Team Trump.
LaPaz County just revealed that President Trump received 75% of the latest batch of votes.
To put this in perspective, experts believe that Trump only needs 61-62% of the remaining Arizona vote to win the state outright.
Trump outperformed that with 75%.
He is now within striking distance.
Biden only leads Arizona with 15,000 votes.
Some estimates say that there are as many as 47,000 votes left to count in Arizona.
More details on this massive development below!
Trump: 587 (75%)
Biden: 186 (24%)
Biden lead shrinks to 16,730. There were some small earlier releases today but this is the net difference now.
Maricopa County release at 7pm MST.
Most of the rest of the uncounted ballots are provisional.
— Chris Buskirk (@thechrisbuskirk) November 9, 2020
La Paz county tabulated 787 ballots in the presidential contest.
Biden: 186 (24%)
Trump: 587 (75%)
This is essentially the balance for La Paz. They have less than 100 left.
Biden now leads Trump by 16,730 votes in Arizona.
— The AZ – abc15 – Data Guru (@Garrett_Archer) November 9, 2020
All eyes are on Arizona.
Fox News and the Associated Press called Arizona for Joe Biden.
However, 2 percent of the vote is outstanding.
And the latest batches have overwhelmingly favored President Trump.
Will Fox News and the AP be forced to retract their calls?
Local KTAR News confirms that the gap is narrowing:
President-elect Joe Biden continued to maintain his lead over Republican President Donald Trump in Arizona on Tuesday, according to the Secretary of State’s website.
In the latest update, Trump gained 2,982 votes but continued to trail Biden, who tallied an additional 2,213 votes in Maricopa County’s latest update. Biden continued to lead Trump 1,655,192 votes to 1,642,379 votes statewide, a difference of 12,813 votes.
After Monday’s update, Biden led Trump by 14,746 votes.
The update included 5,379 ballots reported by Maricopa County, according to the Maricopa County Elections Department.
Across the state, there are an estimated 46,700 ballots left to be tabulated, including approximately 22,400 in Maricopa County. La Paz, Gila, Mohave and Navajo counties have finished tabulating ballots.
The Associated Press projected Biden winning Arizona shortly after election night, after an analysis of ballots cast statewide concluded there were not enough outstanding to allow Trump to catch up.
The media has attempted to portray Arizona as a lost cause for President Trump.
However, it appears that the state is in play.
Though many news organizations have called it, there are just as many major news organizations that have not called Arizona yet.
The great state of Arizona is heading towards a Trump win!
— Silent Majority (@TRUMP_KINGDOM) November 11, 2020
In the video below, Steve Cortes explains the math behind how Trump will win.
Steve analyzed the math last week.
However, Arizona has SLOWED down its counting process.
So far, however, Steve has been right.
But the timing of how quickly Arizona counts the votes is out of his hands.
See Steve’s analysis below:
Recount in Georgia (Trump wins),
Recount in Wisc (Trump wins),@Scotus separates illegals in Pa (Trump wins),
Arizona finalizes for Trump.
— James Schneider (@onlyperipatetic) November 11, 2020
Mr. Biden lost his win at ARIZONA, GEORGIA, NORTH CAROLINA, and PENNSYLVANIA.
Biden: 259 vs. Trump: 217 (see the link)
Now he has not the majority of the electoral college.
That is, Mr. Biden is not the next President.https://t.co/gRSUiVZPRz
— ノラねこ (@Miestaskato) November 11, 2020
But there is bad news…
The Secretary of State in Arizona…
Who, you guessed it, is a Democrat…
DENIED requests for independent analysis of the state’s votes.
If you have nothing to hide, then why hide it?
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (D) rejected a request for an “independent analysis” of voting data in the state, concluding that it would simply amplify the voices of people who seek to “undermine our democratic process for political gain.”
“It is patently unreasonable to suggest that, despite there being zero credible evidence of any impropriety or widespread irregularities, election officials nonetheless have a responsibility to prove a negative,” Hobbs wrote in response to Arizona Senate President Karen Fann (R), who requested an “independent analysis” of voting data to restore confidence and credibility among residents.
“To be clear, there is no ‘current controversy’ regarding elections in Arizona, outside of theories floated by those seeking to undermine our democratic process for political gain,” Hobbs continued, adding that elected officials should “work to build, rather than damage, public confidence in our system” before formally denying the request:
I respectfully decline your request to push aside the work that remains to be done to ensure an orderly completion of this election and instead launch and fund with taxpayer dollars a boundless “independent” evaluation of “all data related to the tabulation of votes in the 2020 General Election.”
The Prescott Republican made the request on Monday, contending that an independent analysis would “help to restore credibility and hopefully end the current controversy over fairness in the election process in Arizona” given the mounting concerns and suspicions of fraud and abuse.
“I am not claiming fraud was involved in Arizona’s election, but we must do everything we can to satisfy Arizonans that the count was lawfully done,” Fann added.
The state Senate leader has maintained that the request is reasonable, particularly if the allegations are, in fact, baseless as Hobbs assumes.
“If there’s no factual basis on any of these things, then absolutely, let’s put that to rest and show them that’s not true,” Fann said on Wednesday. “If there’s something there that needs to be fixed, let’s fix it.”
Despite Hobbs’ claims, there are concerns regarding the election in Arizona. Over the weekend, the Trump campaign and Republican National Committee (RNC) filed a lawsuit, alleging that in-person voters had ballots that were wrongfully rejected.
Ironically, it’s this exact lack of transparency that is making people lose trust in the process.
We must be transparent when it comes to our elections!