The hand counting of 2,089,563 ballots in Maricopa County concluded on Monday, ending the first part of this historic Arizona audit.

The remaining paper evaluation process will be finished in the next 10 days or less.

In the far corral, which can be seen at AZAudit.org, on Camera 7, ballot boxes are awaiting paper evaluation. They are cruising through more than 100 THOUSAND ballots per day with this process.

While this process is concluding this month, more audits are expected to begin very soon.

  • On June 21st, a hearing over Fulton County, Georgia ballots will occur as they are missing 24% of absentee ballot chain of custody documentation.
  • Pennsylvania is also fighting to start an audit as soon as July, led by PA State Sen. Doug Mastriano. State Sen.
  • Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey said Wednesday he’s been “watching carefully” an effort to audit the election in Arizona’s largest county.