Trump-backed Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake is not ready to concede her reported loss to Democratic rival and Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs.

That’s according to a source who spoke to the Western Journal and its founder, Floyd Brown.

“Spent hours last night working with Lake team on a continuing war for Arizona. She will not go quietly into the night. She intends to stand and fight. She knew when she entered this race that it would be tough. Her opponents lack her courage. She is fighting for us,” he tweeted on Tuesday.

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Several media outlets have reported the race’s outcome.

“Hobbs’ victory is key for Democrats in a presidential battleground — though the closeness of the contest left the result up in the air for nearly a week,” NBC News reported.

“A record number of early ballots were dropped off on Election Day in Maricopa County, officials said, which had to be processed in a more time-intensive manner that includes signature verification. Maricopa County, the state’s most populous, said Sunday that it estimated that its count was 94 percent complete after receiving a historic 290,000 of those early ballots on Election Day,” the outlet added.

Not long after the race was called, Lake took to Twitter to cast her doubts: “Arizonans know BS when they see it.”

It should be noted that, as of this writing, there have been no substantiated reports of voter fraud or ballot errors. Also, it’s not clear what actions Lake is planning.

Before the race, a confident Lake declared that she would serve not one but two terms as Arizona’s governor.

“I’m going to do two terms. I’m going to be your worst frickin’ nightmare for 8 years, and we will reform the media as well. We are going to make you guys into journalists again. So, get ready. It’s going to be a fun 8 years,” she told reporters last week.

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