Arizona GOP Chairperson Dr. Kelli Ward and Maricopa County Audit Director Ken Bennett
Arizona Audit Director Ken Bennett spoke with reporters again on Wednesday night after another full day of ballot counting and forensic examination.
Bennett told reporters the Maricopa County audit is expected to be finished by the deadline by the deadline. This is great news and much worry the national Democrats. The Democrat party in Arizona and nationally are terrified of this forensic audit of the 2.1 million ballots in Maricopa County. They know this audit of the ballots using ultra-violet machines may expose the alleged massive fraud in the 2020 Arizona election.
Ken Bennett also said a review of the 385 tabulators and voting machines used in November is also expected to be completed by the deadline.
The Arizona Senate rented the Veterans Memorial Coliseum until May 14th.
The 2020 election audit taking place in the largest county in Arizona is on pace to be done by the deadline next month, an official said on Wednesday.
“The count is picking up significantly every day and with the additional shifts that we’re planning to put on, and other improvements in the process, we’re on a pace to get the job done in the time we have here at the coliseum,” former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, the state Senate’s liaison for the Maricopa County audit, told reporters.
Bennett was speaking outside the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum, where contracted workers and volunteers are reviewing 2.1 million ballots cast in the 2020 election.
The audit also includes a review of 385 tabulators and other machines used last year.
Bennett was not able to provide an update on how many ballots have been counted in the audit. As of April 28, the number was just shy of 100,000.