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Arizona certifies Biden’s win, dealing another blow to Trump

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Arizona on Monday certified President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s win in the state, dealing another blow to President Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn the election results.

The latest certification now leaves only Wisconsin as the last contested battleground state to formalize its election result.

Arizona’s secretary of state Katie Hobbs carried out the official canvass in Phoenix. The process was overseen by Governor Doug Ducey, Attorney General Mark Brnovich and the state Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Brutinel.

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The certification allocates the 11 electoral college votes to Bifen unless there is an intervention by a court of law.

Trump has failed to either overturn or block the certification of election results in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona, Michigan and Nevada.

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