Five percent of the 220,000 ballots cast had to be hand counted.
Final margin is 167 votes. She'll be sworn into Congress on Jan. 6.
Republican Martha McSally has been declared the winner in Congressional Dist. 2.
Results matched earlier numbers. Next, a judge must certify the results.
Superior Court judge is scheduled to make it official Wednesday.
Time-consuming process begins Friday in mandatory recount
Mandatory recount process will take two weeks.
Secretary of state sets Dec. 16 as deadline to complete recount.
Locals wanted CD2 recount to use different software or machines
Poll workers also need better training, evaluation before the big day.
Certification of election results will move forward on Monday; recount expected.
Certification of election results will move forward on Monday, recount expected
Hearing could lead to 133 votes being counted in Congressional District 2.
Attorneys representing Martha McSally seek to get the legal challenge dismissed.
If successful, the legal challenge could bring Barber's lead to 28 votes.
Barber campaign argues at least 10 voters in Cochise County had their ballots thrown out
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Newly found ballots push her lead to 161; Barber is not conceding.
Potential legal disputes, state-mandated tally could delay official declaration until December.
Votes won't be certified until Dec. 1. Legal fights could pose delays.