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Arizona certifies a win for Biden as Rudy Giuliani alleges voter fraud

Arizona certified the presidential election for Joe Biden on Monday. The victory brings with is all of the state's 11 electoral votes.

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Arizona certified the presidential election for Joe Biden on Monday. The victory brings with is all of the state's 11 electoral votes. A hearing is currently underway in that Arizona State Legislature, where Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani is sussing out concerns over voter fraud and irregularities.

Gov. Doug Ducey presided over the certification, which also certified a win for Mark Kelly to replace Martha McSally to represent Arizona in the US Senate.

According to Axios, Secretary of State Katie Hobbs said that "This election was conducted with transparency, accuracy and fairness in accordance with Arizona’s laws and election procedures — despite numerous unfounded claims to the contrary."

At the hearing today, an anonymous whistleblower alleged that 35,000 votes were embedded in all "local and federal races" for Democrat candidates in Pima County, Arizona.

A large crowd of Trump supporters were gathered outside the hearing on Monday, to protest the certification and to demand more transparency in the election proceedings.

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