Maricopa County Board Of Supervisors Chair: Audits Should Put An End To Election Concerns
Another important step in the effort to calm concerns about how November’s election was conducted in Maricopa County was completed Feb. 23. The two auditing companies commissioned by the county to test voting equipment and software concluded there wasn't any evidence that any of it had been tampered with.
That would seemingly bring this already-extended process to a close, but it won’t because there are still Republican members of the state Senate who don’t believe in the process and still want more information and access to ballots — which members of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors say is likely unconstitutional.
For more about the latest developments, The Show spoke with Jack Sellers, chair of the Board of Supervisors.