The election audit in Maricopa County is just the beginning. Next was Georgia then Pennsylvania.
Now it seems 10 more states are considering a full election audit of their 2020 U.S. Presidential results.
Elected officials from at least two states, Alaska and Georgia, were spotted on Tuesday at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, where private firm Cyber Ninjas is leading the audit. Alaska state Rep. David Eastman and Georgia state Sens. Burt Jones and Brandon Beach took part in a tour, according to KTAR News reporter Griselda Zetino.
OANN anchor Christina Bobb, who has helped raise funds for the audit through a nonprofit group, Voices and Votes, suggested in a tweet that Colorado also had representation at the venue. She did this while covering the review as a reporter.
This follows a delegation of Republican lawmakers from Pennsylvania last week. Pennsylvania state Sen. Doug Mastriano, who was present at the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol, was one of them.The Washington Examiner
Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase is expressing interest in touring the Arizona audit facilities, as detailed in this Tweet below:
Could Virginia be the next state to start an election audit? And with the result of the Arizona audit coming in the next few weeks what does this mean for that State?
If election fraud and meddling is uncovered then we will see way more than 10 states joining the audit club.
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