Maricopa County To Expand Audit And Will Include ALL Races – Will Also Compare Dominion Results With Other Machines…
The Arizona State Senate is now considering expanding their audit in Maricopa County to include more than just the contests for the U.S. Senate and the Presidential race.
Audit organizers – who say that the forensic audit team has already inspected about half a million ballots – have indicated that they now want to test County voting machines by taking a closer look at the results from all of the races.
Audit Director Ken Bennett said,
“We are working 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.”
According to Bennet, the expanded audit would not involve a physical recount of the ballots – like the one happening at Memorial Coliseum – but instead would be a separate audit using digital images of each ballot.
They would, however, have to reexamine the 500,000 ballots that have already been inspected.
The audit is on hold for about a week while high school graduations take place at the coliseum after which the forensic audit will continue.
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