PHOENIX — Arizona election officials have continued posting additional voting results this week. President Donald Trump is picking up more votes in the state, but still trailing behind President-elect Joe Biden by over 11,000 votes as the largest county in Arizona, Maricopa County, reports their last batch of votes Friday evening.
Trump now trails Joe Biden by 11,022 votes in Arizona after Maricopa County and Pima County report their final ballot count Friday.
Biden on Saturday was projected to win the 2020 presidential race, after pulling out a projected victory in the key state of Pennsylvania.
Trump has continued to contest the projections, filing lawsuits in multiple states, including Arizona. On Sunday, the Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee filed a lawsuit claiming Maricopa County poll workers "incorrectly rejected votes" cast by in-person voters on Election Day.