On Wednesday, Three delegations from Georgia, Alaska and Colorado toured the Arizona audit facility at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, Arizona.
As of this morning, six states have made the trek to study this historic process.
On Wednesday afternoon, Arizona State Rep. and candidate for Arizona Secretary of State Mark Finchem tweeted a HUGE update on “The Freight Train of Audits”, which is unquestionably in FULL STEAM.
The states include: Pennsylvania, Georgia, Colorado, Alaska, Virginia and Nevada.
I can now confirm that Nevada also came to visit the Arizona audit. https://t.co/TLYsRcwteg
— Mark Finchem for AZ Secretary of State (@RealMarkFinchem) June 9, 2021
Rep. Mark Finchem: “Update from Arizona: The states that have visited so far are PA, VA, GA, AK, CO. More individuals from GA will be in tomorrow and other states later in the week.
Until those states have visited we do not want to release their state names to prevent harassment. After spending a portion of time with these legislators, the unanimous sentiment that the trip and time spent was well worth it. Election integrity is a priority in every community across America.
Many state delegates have shown interest in the audit to ensure a future with fraud-free elections as the focus, and I am very pleased that Arizona is leading the way. All states need to come here because insecure elections are indeed a national security threat worth fixing.
I can now confirm that Nevada also came to visit the Arizona Audit.”
To our knowledge, only Georgia will perform a walkthrough today, but we will not know until this afternoon, which state delegations are in the coliseum.
As Rep. Finchem very accurately stated, “Arizona is leading the way. All states need to come here because insecure elections are indeed a national security threat worth fixing.“.
This audit will end, but it appears that Doug Mastriano is pulling a Victory for the voters of Pennsylvania as he told Jenna Ellis on Real America’s Voice that an Arizona-style audit in Pennsylvania could be ready to go by July.