Brnovich Puts Dems on Notice After Maricopa Audit Findings Revealed, ‘Our Office Will Conduct a Thorough Review…’

Recently we reported that Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano (R) urged Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich (R) to take action. This comes after the Arizona Senate released their findings on the 2020 election audit in Maricopa County.

The findings showed significant irregularities in the ballots although the actual vote count itself kept Biden as the winner. Many are trying to debunk the irregularities, while others say they show a need to audit Pima County and other counties in various states.

State Senator Wendy Rogers (R-AZ) is calling for all 50 states to be audited, as are many others. When the legislators contacted Brnovich initially asking him to standby for the audit release, he tweeted:

“This week, my office sent a letter to the Arizona Senate requesting supporting documents from the report released last week. My office also asked Maricopa County to preserve all documents and data related to the 2020 election.”

Now that Mastriano and others have invoked Brnovich’s name and the finding of the Maricopa audit have had some time for the dust to settle, Brnovich is taking his next steps, now tweeting:

“The Arizona Senate’s report that was released on Friday raises some serious questions regarding the 2020 election. Arizonans can be assured our office will conduct a thorough review of the information we receive.”

Time will tell what steps are next to be taken, but the Attorney General in the swing state of Arizona is showing that he is taking the audit seriously. This comes even as fact-checkers and debunkers are working overtime to “explain” every single notable irregularity in the Senate’s findings.

From our story about Mastriano’s call:

“The historic audit in Maricopa County is complete and significant findings have been brought to light. The legality of over 50,000 ballots is in question, five times the margin of victory in the Presidential race. This requires further investigation by the Attorney General of Arizona.”

Senator Mastriano then went on to list the various findings that the audit discovered including mail-in ballot problems. Mastriano went on to say that if these issues were found in just one county, what else would be discovered if more audits were done.

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers (R) has been leading the audit charge in Arizona while Senator Mastriano has been attempting to fight for election integrity in Pennsylvania. However, he has run into brick walls with a Democrat Governor and Attorney General.

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