“Thank you to AZ Senator Wendy Rogers for the warm welcome,” she said. tweeted Wednesday, with the hashtag “#auditeverystate”.
The Republican-controlled Arizona Senate authorized the examination of the ballots and hired a private company called Cyber Ninjas to lead it after President Joe Biden toppled the state for the first time for decades.
Alaska State Representative David Eastman visited the Colosseum this week. Georgia State Sens. Burt Jones and Brandon Beach made the trip On Tuesday, seeking a “plan for a statewide forensic audit” in Georgia, a conservative radio host said.
Vernon Jones, Republican candidate for governor of Georgia, visited on Wednesday, criticize Governor Brian Kemp, a Republican, for failing to do the same.
A spokesperson for the review, Randy Pullen, former chairman of the Arizona Republican Party, told NPR that Nevada GOP officials visited the tally on Monday and Wisconsin lawmakers may surrender this week. Auditors did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
A trio of Pennsylvania state senators – Doug Mastriano, Cris Dush and Rob Kauffman – made the trip last week and requested a similar review in Pennsylvania. Trump on Friday called on the Pennsylvania Senate to “perform a full forensic audit” of the 2020 vote or “there is no way” the GOP State Senate leaders “will ever be re-elected!” “
A key Pennsylvania Republican said the House would not launch a new audit, saying Republicans there, as in legislatures across the country, are instead focusing on changing election laws.
“The Palestinian Authority House of Representatives will not allow any further audit on previous elections,” tweeted Representative Seth Grove, who chairs the State Government Committee. “We are focused on fixing our broken election law to make it easier to vote and harder to cheat.”
Mastriano, Eastman, Vernon Jones, Hanks and Chase all participated in pro-Trump events in Washington, DC, before the January 6 riot at the United States Capitol.
Efforts to review last fall’s elections persist in several swing states, with more than 2 million Maricopa County ballots being examined at its center, although previous audits have found no evidence of fraud.
“I think people in other parts of the country should look at what’s going on in Arizona as an example of what not to do,” said Bill Gates, a Maricopa County supervisor who helps oversee the elections, in a recent interview. Gates, a longtime Republican, is among the journal’s most outspoken Republican critics.
Voter fraud in US elections is extremely rare. Trump’s top cybersecurity official said last year’s election was “the safest in American history,” while then Attorney General William Barr said the Department of Justice had found no evidence of widespread embezzlement.
In Arizona, Michigan, Georgia, and other presidential battlefield states, post-election audits or recounts – in some cases multiple of those reviews – confirmed Biden’s victory. But those who still question the vote say the recounts haven’t gone far enough.
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, said the scrutiny of the partisan vote in Maricopa County effectively creates a roadmap for Republicans elsewhere to undermine the election results they do not like.
“They are definitely writing the playbook here in Arizona to bring this type of, I don’t want to call it an audit, but in other states,” Hobbs said in a recent interview. “And it is dangerous. It continues to undermine the integrity of our elections. We are now more than six months after the 2020 elections. We know they were secure and that the results faithfully reflected the will of the voters.”