Arizona Audit Winding Down: Paper Examination Phase Expected to End Saturday
“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,” the official Twitter account of the Arizona audit tweeted last week.
Election Worker Ralph Jones Is Now Caught Double-Counting Ballots at the State Farm Center on Election Night!
In early January, we reported more video in Georgia showing multiple workers jamming multiple ballots into tabulation machines multiple times.
Multiple People pushed multiple ballots through multiple tabulators multiple times in Georgia. This was illegal. The FBI and DOJ do nothing.
Arizona Audit Liaison Ken Bennett Explains Current Status of Maricopa County Audit and Next Steps
Former Arizona Secretary of State and current senate liaison for the Maricopa County audit, Ken Bennett, gives an interesting interview to John Fredricks Outside The Beltway podcast to share the current status of the Maricopa County audit.
Mr. Bennett notes the hand audit of the original ballots is nearing completion as they finish out the last several batches of duplicated ballots. However, the audit of the electronic records is more challenging because the Maricopa Board of Supervisors are refusing to give information related to the Routers used (verification of non-internet connection) and administrative passwords for the tabulation machines.
Additionally, the auditors need to review 1.9 million envelopes that need to have signatures in order to qualify as valid mail-in ballots/votes. Without signatures the envelopes should never have been opened and the ballots disqualified. The audit team needs to check the envelopes for signatures. There will also be a few weeks where physical canvassing of the region will take place for identified “voting anomalies” (ex. 52 ballots from a single family home). The entire process is likely to flow into August before the final report is assembled.
At least two teachers in Rhode Island who support the teachings of critical race theory did not receive the outcome they expected after they offered bonus points to students who chose to offer testimonies on an anti-critical race theory state House bill.
According to documents gathered by Parents Defending Education (PDE), two teachers in Barrington, Rhode Island, offered five extra points to each student for their next exam if they testify by word of mouth or offer a written statement on the legislation.