An Arizona decide threw out a lawsuit filed by Kari Lake over her defeat in final 12 months’s race for governor, ruling that she had did not show that the state’s most populous county, Maricopa, had uncared for to evaluate voters’ signatures on mail-in poll envelopes.

The choice, issued late Monday, is the most recent authorized setback for Ms. Lake, a Republican who was backed by former President Donald J. Trump in one of many nation’s most distinguished governors races in 2022.

Throughout a three-day bench…

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