Calls to audit elections across the country are growing as a result of Maricopa County’s forensic audit results which revealed that shocking levels of fraud impacted the 2020 election.
The latest county being urged to evaluate its 2020 election results is Maricopa’s neighbor to the south, Pima County, Ariz.
20,000 Americans have signed a petition led by Mark Finchem, a candidate running for Arizona Secretary of State, which calls to audit Pima County based on a report alleging that 35,000 fictitious votes were cast in the county’s 2020 general election.
“Pima County shows significant disruption of historical voting patterns similar to that found in Maricopa County, including a high likelihood of phantom voters that number in the tens of thousands, and abuse of the mail-in ballot system,” Finchem wrote in a statement justifying the petition.
“Given the substantial fraud discovered through canvassing and the Arizona Senate audit of Maricopa County, it is likely that similar problems are present in Pima County,” he continued. “A full audit and canvass of the state’s second largest county is essential for providing confidence in Arizona’s election and repairing loopholes that allow for fraud.”
The petition seeks to reach 500,000 signatures as soon as possible to fix 2020 and ensure election integrity in future elections.
President Donald Trump was right when he said Maricopa County’s audit was a “win for Democracy” as it has prompted Americans nationwide to push for free and fair elections in their hometowns.