Friday, July 2, 2021

The Maricopa County Audit Completed Paper Ballot Examination. Here's What Happens Next; 6 Key Things to Know About Arizona’s Election Audit, and related stories

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The Maricopa County Audit Completed Paper Ballot Examination. Here's What Happens Next:
The counting and examination of paper ballots are finished in the forensic audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, Arizona.
The Maricopa Arizona Audit Twitter account made the announcement Friday evening.
“Audit Update: Paper examination and counting are finished today,” read the tweet. “Thank you to all the amazing Arizona volunteers who made this audit possible!”
Washington Examiner:
The announcement confirming the conclusion of the ballot inspection portion of the audit comes less than two weeks after auditors finished a recount of 2.1 million ballots cast in Arizona’s most populous county, which includes Phoenix, with a few exceptions, such as Braille ballots.

The physical review of ballots included an inspection of their weight and thickness, examination of folds under microscopes, and workers holding ballots up to UV lights.
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6 Key Things to Know About Arizona’s Election Audit:
In what could be either the final battle of the prolonged presidential election or inspiration for future ballot reviews, a contested audit of some of Arizona’s election results is about to wrap up.
The audit of the results in Maricopa County, which pitted state and county Republicans against each other and drew the attention of the Biden Justice Department, is set to be completed by the end of June.
Doug Logan, CEO of Cyber Ninjas, the tech firm conducting the audit, last month specified that deadline for state senators.
The Arizona state Senate ordered the audit, which has withstood a court challenge.
Here are six things to know about the status of the election audit for Maricopa County.
1. How Close to Completion?
Late last week, the auditors tweeted: “At our current rate of examining over 100k ballots per day, we will complete the paper examination phase of the audit by Saturday, June 26.” --->READ MORE HERE
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