Pennsylvania Willing To Spend Up To $270K For Audit

Looks like an audit might be coming to Pennsylvania.

According to a new report, the Pennsylvania Senate is willing to spend up to $270,000 to investigate the results of the 2020 election.

A company from Iowa is going to be tasked with conducting the audit.

From The Hill:

The Pennsylvania GOP-controlled Senate is spending up to $270,000 to investigate the result of the 2020 presidential election in the state.

A contract, which has not been made public yet, was agreed upon by Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward (R) and Envoy Sage, a company from Iowa, to conduct a “forensic investigation” of the election results, Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee spokesman Jason Thompson announced Friday, The Associated Press reported.

Thompson said that a redacted version of the contract will be released to the public in the near future, according to the AP. Ward agreed to give the company $270,000 from a taxpayer-funded leadership account.

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