You can’t make this up.
According to a new report, a Thunderstorm caused a leak at the Arizona facility where workers moved operations for the audit taking place.
According to the audit spokesman, “No ballots are at risk.”
Afternoon thunderstorms caused a leak in the facility where workers moved operations for an audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, but ballots are safe, a representative for Arizona Senate Republican’s review said Friday.
Phoenix and other parts of the state have experienced heavy rainfall and flash flooding, leading to roof damage to the facility where the GOP-led state Senate’s audit team transported materials from the Veterans Memorial Coliseum earlier this month.
“No ballots are at risk,” Randy Pullen, a spokesman for the review, told the Arizona Republic.
Audit workers quickly pulled ballot boxes away from the leaks inside the Wesley Bolin Building, Pullen said, adding four leaks are stemming from specific spots, such as ducts in the ceiling.
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