Maricopa County Releases Statement On Election Audit–Will Be Issuing A Response

Maricopa County finally announced they will officially respond to the Arizona audit.

The audit found widespread fraud and more than enough to throw the 2020 election in Arizona into question.

From Maricopa County:

Maricopa County Plans Formal Response to Senate’s Election Review

September 28, 2021 (Phoenix) — With the Senate’s review of Maricopa County’s elections complete, the County today announced it will provide a comprehensive technical report in the coming weeks.

“It took the Cyber Ninjas more than five months to complete this report and it will take us time to responsibly gather all the facts and answer the questions raised, but we’re committed to providing a comprehensive and accurate response,” said Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer. “For months, we were told the audit’s mission was to provide an accurate count. What went almost ignored in last week’s presentation was that the Cyber Ninjas agreed with Maricopa County’s results: Joe Biden won Maricopa County in the 2020 election. The work of hardworking professionals in Maricopa County was confirmed, and we thank the Senate for confirming what we’ve said since November of last year.”

On Friday, the County provided real time responses to many of the allegations made by the Senate’s contractors. This technical report will provide a deeper dive into the County’s early ballot and tabulation processes.  It will also include election staff’s research into the actual voter IDs included in the Senate’s review. The County’s technical response will address many of the “anomalies” that stumped the Senate’s contractors but appear not to have been fully investigated by their team.

“We will do what we’ve always done, provide factual responses using real data from our election experts who know what they’re looking at,” said Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jack Sellers. “The opinions that came out of Friday’s hearing were conjecture without proof and were twisted to fit the narrative that something went wrong. The fact is, the Elections Department ran accurate, secure and transparent elections in 2020.”

The Maricopa County Elections Department is also preparing to carry out its statutory duty to conduct the November Jurisdictional Elections, which have already begun. Ballots are being prepared and the Elections Department will send them to nearly 1.4 million eligible voters across 25 participating cities, towns and school districts on October 6. While the county will work to provide answers to the questions raised in the report, conducting these elections is critical and will take priority.

Voters can find election facts and myths the county has already debunked at JustTheFacts.Vote.

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