The 133 disputed votes won't be counted in the congressional race between Democratic Congressman Ron Barber and Republican challenger Martha McSally.
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The Barber campaign came up short in its bid to get the votes counted, and state officials approved the election results in a ceremony this morning.
"The Court finds that Plaintiffs have not met their burden to show either likelihood
of success on the merits or serious questions going to the merits," Judge Cindy Jorgenson wrote in an order denying a restraining order that would have prevented a certification of the election results. "They have the burden and have not shown a pervasive error that undermines the integrity of the vote."