Arizona Election Audit Results Reveal Potential Shenanigans – The Published Reporter®

In a written statement on Sept. 28, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said his office’s Election Integrity Unit (EIU) asked the Arizona Senate to provide the supporting documents for the audit report and asked him to to Maricopa County to retain all documents and data related to the 2020 elections. File Photo: Jessica Kirsh, Shutter Stock, licensed.

MARICOPA COUNTY, AZ – Multiple ballots derived from the same voter, ballots received from voters’ previous addresses, and the number of voters who moved out of the county prior to voting, all figured significantly in an audit of the election results of the 2020 in Maricopa County, Az.,

According to the audit, 23,344 mail-in ballots were derived from voters’ previous addresses. Another 10,342 voters potentially voted in multiple counties, and 2,382 in-person voters were certified as having moved out of the county.

The audit also found that the duplicate ballot envelopes were mixed up with the original ballots, showing incorrect or missing serial numbers, or reused serial numbers.

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Finally, the audit showed that nearly 400 voters with incomplete names voted in the election, more than 180 voters with duplicate voter IDs voted, and 282 potentially ill voters participated in the election.

On September 25, Arizona State Senate Speaker Karen Fann called Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to review the findings.

The audit findings were made by Cyber ​​Ninjas, a Sarasota, Florida-based cybersecurity firm and disclosed on September 24 at the Official Republican Website of the Arizona State Senate. According to members of the state Republican caucus, the results cast doubt on whether operational problems could have compromised the integrity of that election in that county.

In a written statement on Sept. 28, Bronovich said that the Electoral Integrity Unit (EIU) in his office asked the Arizona Senate to provide audit supporting documents report and asked Maricopa County to retain all documents and data related to the 2020 elections.

Written Statement from Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich

“The report raises some serious questions regarding the 2020 elections,” his statement said. “Arizonans can be confident that our office will conduct a thorough review of the information we receive.”

The results of that investigation are pending.

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