Maricopa County, Arizona 2020 Election Audit Results Livestream

Disclaimer: streams in this report are live and unedited/raw footage. We advise you to use your discretion upon viewing.

Earlier today, Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers (R) taunted Bret Baier for calling the 2020 presidential election in Arizona when many votes had not yet been tallied:

The Arizona election audit results can be seen below. If it is not live yet, it will be soon, as of this writing. After the stream, this story will be edited. We do anticipate the possibility of the video crashing if there is enough or too much traffic and we will be continually monitoring the situation here and updating things here if needed.

Backup stream:

UPDATE 1:10MT: Attorney General Mark Brnovich tweeted at 12:30 pm MT, “I will take all necessary actions that are supported by the evidence and where I have legal authority. Arizonans deserve to have their votes accurately counted and protected.”

Updates will be added to this article.

Update 1:20 PM MT:

Some recent tweets or retweets by State Senator Wendy Rogers:

Some outlets have reported that a draft of the audit shows Joe Biden still received the most votes in Maricopa County, AZ, but that many improprieties raise new doubts on the validity of some votes.

We previously reported on September 16th:

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers has announced the release date of the 2020 election audit that was done for Maricopa County, Arizona. A lot of time and effort has gone into this audit.

Many Arizonans and others around the nation have been waiting with bated breath, some have been impatient, others skeptical, and many have been patient.

Rogers and Arizona State Rep Mark Finchem have already seen some of the internal data and called for a recall of the election. This has lead to much controversy and some legal experts saying that it is impossible to do, no matter what the recall shows. Finchem is also running for Secretary of State and recently garnered the endorsement of former President Trump. It is likely that his efforts towards election integrity helped in that regard.

Rogers just tweeted this out moments ago:

“The date to release the audit results is next Friday Sept 24th at 1 pm on the Senate floor.  Because we have no hearing rooms it will be presented to Chairman Petersen and Senate President Fann. Gallery will be open to public.

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