On Saturday night, The Arizona Audit continued to wind down. They will soon not need the 8 PM to 1 AM counting shift.
There are now only 7 untouched pallets of boxes remaining.
The floor is starting to add more forensic tables after they removed 12 counting tables because they are so close to completion.
On Friday, The Gateway Pundit reported that the Audit had reached 67% of ballots counted.
At the time, they had 10 untouched pallets on the floor. Now there are seven pallets remaining.
Senate liason Ken Bennett told The Gateway Pundit, “Most pallets have 40 boxes on a pallet, some have 32, but most of them have 40 boxes and it varies but usually, a box has between 1200 and 1300 ballots in each box so a pallet usually has between 40,000 and 50,000 – ballots on a pallet.” This was in his interview on Wednesday, when 14 pallets were remaining.
This is HUGE News!
Now it appears that they are blowing through nearly 2 pallets per day. With this pace, we can expect the hand counting process to be finished this week!
With the increase in forensic tables, we should see this audit completed in its entirety very soon.
More states need to follow the lead of State Senator Doug Mastriano, State Senator Cris Dush, and State Rep. Rob Kauffman and come see and witness this process before it’s too late!