and over 2 million ballots are being delivered to a coliseum in Arizona’s Maricopa County this week in preparation for a 2020 election audit set to start Friday
.Equipment, including 385 tabulators, was delivered and unloaded at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix on Wednesday. Boxes of ballots started arriving on Thursday morning.
Maricopa County officials arranged for the deliveries, which took several trips and were supported by Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office personnel, to comply with subpoenas from the state Senate.
Officials tried resisting the subpoenas but were overruled by a judge in February.
Workers with four firms, including Cyber Ninjas, will conduct the audit of 2.1 million ballots starting on Friday. They’re receiving $150,000.A One America News host helped raise at least another $150,000 for the effort.
The audit will be streamed live on One America News. People can also watch the audit online.
Auditors will examine the state’s system that checks voters in at polling sites, inspect and hand-count ballots, and probe the electronic voting system.
They will produce a report detailing all their findings about 60 days later.
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