Arizona State Senate Considers Expanding Audit of 2020 Election

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers tweeted an article about the proposed expansion of the audit in Maricopa AZ. She added, “Let’s do it! And let’s start the rest of the counties with the fraud machines. Where there’s smoke there’s fire.”

Audit organizers would like to test the voting machines by examining the results from all of the races from the 2020 November election not just president and U.S. Senate. The Arizona Senate is now taking this request under consideration.

Audit Liaison for the Senate, Ken Bennett said, “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, We will be looking at the images of all 2.1 million ballots.”

This audit would be a separate audit from the current audit underway at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum. It would be an audit of digital images of each ballot not a physical recount.

An unnamed California company is being considered by the Senate to conduct the audit.

Senate President Karen Fann has said the results of the audit will not be used to overturn the 2020 election results in Maricopa County only to ensure future election integrity.

This has not kept Democrats from trying to stop the audit of the 2020 presidential election, as we previously reported:

“Earlier today we reported on the audit taking place in Maricopa County which started today. Democrats sued to have the audit stopped and were told they would need to post a $1 Million dollar bond to provide for any extra cost. According to a tweet by Jeremy Duda, the Democrats will not post the bond this is allowing the audit to continue.

“The pause is off. @azdemparty won’t post the $1m bond that a judge demanded in order to halt the @ArizonaAudit for the weekend so he can ensure laws governing confidentiality of ballots and voter registration info are followed.”

Roopali Desai attorney for the Democrats said the party won’t put up the bond. This then ends this attempt from the Democrats to stop the forensic audit. We will see if they try again in some fashion to interfere with the audit.”

Dominion Voting Systems issued a statement Thursday claiming, “it provides information to auditors who have been accredited by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to certify voting machines, but will not provide information, including passwords, to unaccredited auditors.”

Dominion has also accused Cyber Ninjas, the company hired to carry out the audit, of “bias and incompetence” in the way it has conducted the audit.

Recently it was brought to light Maricopa County officials do not have the router password for the machines. Now Emerald Robinson retweeted someone who points out Benson, Secretary of State of Michigan responses show that she does know how the equipment works and that only the vendor knew the details the controlled the election. She has recently requested to be excused from deposition in the election fraud lawsuit.

“Maricopa County (AZ) officials have already admitted they don’t have the router passwords. They are not in charge of the election. That’s illegal. Michigan officials are admitting the exact same thing now!”

The current audit is estimated to be competed some time in July and hopefully bring some clarity to those who still question the validity of the 2020 presidential election.