August 25, 2021
The report of ballots cast in the 2020 presidential election in Maricopa County, Arizona has been delayed because three members of the audit team are sick with COVID-19.
A draft report of the findings was expected to be delivered to republicans in the state Senate Monday. However, Senate President Karen Fann announced the delay because Cyber Ninjas firm chief executive Doug Logan and two other team members were “quite sick” with COVID, per Just the News.
Fann said she still expected to receive a portion of the draft report, and that the full version would be made public after it was submitted and reviewed for “accuracy, clarity and proof of documentation of findings.”