An estimated 2.1 million ballots from Maricopa County, Arizona, have been counted and photographed in relation to the 2020 election audit. The audit now undergoes a new phase of review, which includes an evaluation of data from election servers and voting machines before it’s completed. Officials are expecting a full report on their findings by Labor Day, but things could wrap up as soon as late July. “Technology consultants hired by Arizona Senate Republicans to probe the 2020 election have finished counting and photographing nearly 2.1 million ballots from Maricopa County,” the Associated Press reported Friday. “A final report of the findings is still weeks to months away, said Ken Bennett, a former Republican secretary of state working on the effort. But the milestone marks an end to the most visible portion of the unprecedented partisan election audit, which saw teams of people recruited by supporters of former President Donald Trump working through dozens of pallets of ballots on the floor of a former basketball arena.” What comes next, according to Bennett, is an evaluation of data from election servers and voting machines, and other tasks, the AP noted.