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Karen Fann, president of the Arizona state Senate, sat down with The Western Journal last week to discuss the status of the Maricopa County forensic audit that has captured the attention of Americans on both sides of the aisle. There’s a lot at stake. On July 15, audit leaders presented some preliminary findings which, if true, could potentially overturn the results of the November 2020 election in the state. But decertifying the election results — while hypothetically possible — isn’t really the goal of the audit; ensuring that our elections are secure going forward is. Over the course of the interview, it was hard for a viewer not to conclude that the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has been working overtime to obstruct the audit. This is quite remarkable when one considers that four board members are Republicans and only one is a Democrat. Having failed to prevent the forensic audit from happening at all, board members, as well as some state officials, are now trying to attack its integrity. The auditors have learned that the board of supervisors does not have the passwords to its own election machinery.

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