I checked metro Phoenix, and there's a Four Seasons Nail Salon, Four Seasons Sushi bar, Four Seasons Power Sports, and the likely winner for the coveted press conference, Four Seasons Cleaning, which is a landscaping company! Oh, and while Phoenix and Tucson don't have 4 Seasons, towns like Flagstaff at v elevation certainly do. As for Lake's lawsuit, an anonymous Lake campaign worker said it will be tough sledding. Courts require actual proof, and the Lake campaign is lacking in actual proof. What is interesting is two state-wide elections were within a .5% margin and triggered an automatic recount. We'll get to see just how many fraud votes were counted. Last election, that total was 9. Doubt it is significantly higher this time. As for Lake, her election wasn't close enough to trigger the recount. She'll have to find over 17,000 voters with provable stories they were disenfranchised to make her case. Again, evidence isn't on her side.