Preliminary Election Audit Report on Maricopa County to be Released Next Week

An audit report on Maricopa County’s alleged ballot fraud in the 2020 election will be released sometime next week.

The Instagram account @WeThePeopleAZ posted an image on Sunday that read: “Maricopa Audit Report is finished and being delivered to the Senate next week.”

According to Gateway Pundit, the report will likely be released at some point during the week of August 22 and also “show all of the data and discrepancies that they have compiled to date.”

Upon the report’s release, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich will be “expected to enforce the subpoenas to acquire the routers, voting machines and other evidence from the Maricopa Board of Supervisors and Dominion Voting Systems,” per OAN.

In mid-July Big League Politics reported on the shocking data presented at the Arizona Senate hearing on the Maricopa County audit. Doug Logan, CEO of Cyber Ninjas, claimed, among other things, that 74,243 mail-in ballots were discovered with “no clear record of them ever being sent” and around 18,000 people voted in the election and were removed from the rolls not long after.

“The hearing avoided overt accusations that Maricopa County officials intentionally engaged in election misdeeds and that Trump was the actual winner of Arizona in 2020. Nevertheless, it showed us that election integrity will be a significant issue for the foreseeable future,” our report concluded.

Big League Politics has also reported on an email written by the Maricopa County Elections Assistant Director that insisted on the use of markers on Election Day after previously using ballpoint pens:

Dixon sent out an email to her “amazing troubleshooters” in Oct. 2020 that seemed to give away the fraud plan that was going to be deployed on election day.

“First and foremost I want to thank you all for supporting this historic election. From my seat in the Command Center today, I finally had the chance to marvel at all the numbers and feel unbelievably grateful for all of you working so hard in support of Democracy Thanks isn’t good enough, but THANKS!!” she wrote.

“Next, we’ve heard you and we know you’re hearing issues and concerns about the Sharpie Markers. Starting tomorrow, 10/23 and through 11/2m we are asking that Clerks hand voters BALLPOINT PENS rather than markers. We NEED to use Markers on Election Day, but for now and through 11/2, hand voters a Ballpoint Pen. You have plenty of pens in your supplies right now,” Dixon added.

The fight for transparency and integrity in our elections is not yet over.