An ongoing Arizona election audit observer has raised some security and equipment concerns.
Secretary of State Katie Hobbes shared a summary of the incidents witnesses have pointed out in the past week.
According to witnesses, three non-residents examined thousands of ballots last week.
An observer of the ongoing 2020 election audit in Maricopa County, Arizona said last week. Controversial Count again.
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs Overview The number of “new ongoing” incidents pointed out by observers during the audit that began on May 24. Findings include security concerns, device concerns, communications concerns, and policy and media changes.
On Tuesday she Tweet the link to the summary“Since the start of the so-called audit of the Senate, my office has been concerned about lack of transparency and has taken legal action to ensure the placement of election experts.”
Earlier this year, the Republican-controlled state Senate chose a private-sector cyber ninja to perform another ballot of 2.1 million people in Maricopa County. There, President Joe Biden defeated Trump with more than 45,000 votes.
Hobbes, a Democrat since the start of the audit, has called himself Candid critics He raises concerns about lack of transparency and even takes legal action to ensure that election experts are on the scene during the process.
In the past week, these experts have been left with security gates open and unattended, confidential materials left open, pens banned near ballots, It has been reported that it has been confirmed that the use of mobile phones and hidden firearms that are not permitted on the count floor is permitted on the count floor.
Observers point out that a malfunction in the Cyber Ninjas software forced the company to roll back updates during the day. Witnesses also claim that Senator Ken Bennett confirmed that a copy of the voting system’s data had been sent to an unspecified laboratory in Montana.
Bennett did not immediately respond to the insider’s request for comment.
One observer alleges that Audit Co-Chair Randy Pullen told one observer that the shirt he was asked to wear on the floor “looked like transgender” because of the pink color. I will. According to witnesses, auditing organizations call them “pinky” or “pinko,” implying that they are Communists.
Pullen did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.
Throughout the week, witnesses said they noticed “general confusion” between organizers and a lack of quality control practices to ensure that data was entered correctly.
On May 29, witnesses said they saw at least three non-residents of Maricopa County “rifling” thousands of military and foreign ballots.
Cyber Ninjas has no election experience and is led by Trump supporters who spread false conspiracy theories last fall. The recount decision said the elections had already been audited more than once by credible companies, despite the opposition of the county Republican-controlled supervisory board.
Cyber Ninjas did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.
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