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GOP candidate for Arizona attorney general who filed a lawsuit to have the results overturned is rejected by the judge

Abe Hamadeh lost to Democrat Kris Mayes by 511 votes, a razor-thin margin. He claimed that improper adjudication of ballots and other errors cost him the election. The judge rejected his case, saying he had no proof of errors or misconduct. Attorney for secretary of state’s office says case was a “spectacular waste of everyone’s time”. Lawyer for unsuccessful governor candidate calls case “gigantic waste of time”.