A final report for the Maricopa County, Arizona audit is on its way. Senate President Karen Fann confirmed on Aug. 16 a draft report should be sent to the senate team for review on Monday. The final report will be made public once the draft is fully vetted.
Confirming audit companies are preparing the draft report to present to the senate team . Senate team will then review for accuracy and clarity for final report which will be released publicly https://t.co/82a23Xp2qj
— Karen Fann (@FannKfann) August 16, 2021
The audit report is not the only election-related thing brewing in Arizona. There has also been a call for canvassers in the county, although it is unclear whether the canvassing is linked to the official audit team. The Arizona Conservatives Take Action sent out a message on their telegram channel requesting volunteers using Liz Harris’ web-based form for volunteers “to assist with election integrity research.” Harris went door to door with a team of volunteer canvassers in the fall to verify voter addresses in Arizona.
Republican lawmakers also held an Aug. 17 press conference calling for, among other things, new identification requirements for early voters, called the Arizonan’s for Voter ID Act. The lawmakers contend that a growing number of Arizonans support the use of IDs in early voting and at the polls. Ballot harvesting is also addressed in the Act.
“The main provision of the proposed ballot measure would require voters who cast early ballots to confirm their identities with one of several forms of identification. They would be required to include their date of birth along with their driver’s license number,