Midterm election: AZ races too close to call, Maricopa county printing problems | LiveNOW from FOX

24 hours after polls closed, and officials are still counting ballots in Arizona. The race for governor between Katie Hobbs (D) and Kari Lake (R) and the race for senate between Sen. Mark Kelly (D) and Blake Masters (R) remain too close too call. Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates and Vice Chairman Clint Hickman issued a statement in regards to the voting problems that were reported during the early hours of Election Day. The statement reads: Over the past 24 hours, we have learned more about the printer issue that caused some ballots to not be read at Vote Centers yesterday. While the issue impacted less than 7% of Election Day voters (about 17,000 ballots), we understand that for people who went through it, this was frustrating, inconvenient, and not how they pictured Election Day. We plan to get to the bottom of it.

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