The best attorney in the area Arizona’s Maricopa County told The Washington Post He reached out to law enforcement authorities regarding what he believed was a threat from losing GOP gubernatorial candidates. Kari Lake.

Lake’s campaign and the Republican National Committee have denied the accusation.

The incident occurred in a Nov. 14 phone call Lake Was projected to lose to Democratic rival Katie Hobbs. A Republican National Committee lawyer was on the line and demanded immediate answers from the county prosecutor on several issues. It also includes Phoenix, which is heavily voted.

Benjamin Mehr, the RNC attorney, stated that there were “a lot of irate people out there” And that Lake’s campaign “can’t control them,” Tom Liddy, county attorney, was then recalled.

Liddy, a lifelong Republican who heads the county’s office for civil litigation, told the Post on Friday that he considered the comment a threat, and informed county Sheriff Paul Penzone and Maricopa, his boss County Attorney Rachel Mitchell.

Liddy once told Mehr: “Let me tell you something, Ben, it sounds like you’re threatening me” — which Meher denied.

But Liddy reiterated: “If I don’t get these answers to you quickly, you’re not going to be able to tell the crazy people that I’ve been helpful. I don’t give a fuck. Is that clear enough? … no more threats.”

The secretly recorded call was made by the Lake Campaign, which took two minutes to complete the 12-minute call on Twitter. Post requests to access the entire recording were not met by the campaign.

The posted recording did not include the threat reported by Liddy, but it did include Mehr’s denial that he threatened Liddy. It also included Liddy’s summary of the threat, and his “no more threats” Mehr is to be warned.

Lake He has refused to concede his bid for governor. Thursday, she tweeted: “We are still in the fight.”

Former candidate complained that many people couldn’t vote for her due to problems at the polling stations and posted their complaints on Twitter. But The New York Times reported Saturday 34 voters The newspaper claimed that the people who were having problems with their vote had been reached.

Only one voter contacted She claimed that she wasn’t allowed to vote but that she went anyway because the polling place was closing. The Times reported. Three other people claimed they had issues with their voter registration. Seven other accounts were also examined by the Times, and it was not clear if voters had cast their ballots or believed that their vote hadn’t been counted properly.