EM. The defendant in the Lake case, Ms. Hobbs’ representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday.
Ms. Lake has repeatedly pointed to technical glitches on Election Day that disrupted some vote counts in Maricopa County, fueling conspiracy theories and unsubstantiated claims.
Stephen Richer, the Maricopa County recorder and a Republican who helps oversee elections, did not immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday, but told the Arizona Republic that he respected the Supreme Court and said an out-of-court review would not change the decision.
“We will continue now and we will win again for the 30th time,” he said.
Colton Duncan, Ms Lake’s chief strategist, promised that Ms Lake’s lawyers would expose more fraud and corruption.
“Wait, it’s fun,” he said.