Another Arizona audit update.
According to a new report, the senate is considering expanding the Maricopa County audit.
As the audit stands right now they are only looking at the Presidential and U.S. Senate races.
If this goes through they will expand it to all races.
The Arizona Senate is considering expanding its audit of Maricopa County ballots cast in the 2020 election to include all contests, not just for president and U.S. Senate.
Audit organizers now say they want to test county voting machines by examining results from all of the races.
“We are looking with other companies to do a machine tabulation of all the races on the ballot to compare with the Dominion tabulation back in November,” said Ken Bennett, who is serving as the Senate’s audit liaison.
“We will be looking at the images of all 2.1 million ballots.”
Here is what the audit has found so far:
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