GOP election officials in two Arizona counties are delaying certifying their votes on the basis of unproven voting machine claims
Two Republican-controlled election boards in Arizona are delaying certifying their midterm election results on the basis of unproven claims that voters were disenfranchised because of problems with voting machines.
The decision was made in protest against what some Republicans claim are irregularities in the midterm vote in Maricopa County, the state's largest county.
Cochise County in southeastern Arizona voted on Friday to delay certifying the election result — and made no promise to do so before the deadline for certification was up.
The board of supervisors in Mohave County, northwest...