We may soon get some answers…..
According to Karen Fann, the first draft of the audit report will be submitted to the Arizona State Senate by companies administering and involved in the audit.
The final report will also be reportedly made public according to her.
I hope that we don’t get some fluff, and that we actually get a substantial report here.
We have been hearing about all of the work being done in Arizona for MONTHS, and it sure would be a MASSIVE disappointment if the final report was 9 pages and inconclusive.
Karen Fann tweeted this Monday morning:
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
Once Arizona delivers our prelim report, it is up to the rest of the states to do forensic audits and issue their reports. We need to keep pushing. Don't let big states like Florida, Texas, or Ohio slide.
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) August 16, 2021
Washington Examiner writes:
“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,” Fann said in a tweet on Monday.
Fann was responding to a Twitter account that warned people to beware of a tweet appearing to quote former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne, a supporter of the audit , saying the report is being finished and delivered to the state Senate next week.
Aaaand just like that, no one is talking about the Arizona Audit report that is coming out this week!
— Fixer Actual (@ActualFixer) August 16, 2021
— Ronald Peterson (@RonaldP96617678) August 15, 2021
AZ Mirror explained:
Randy Pullen, a spokesman for the self-styled audit, said the team will submit its report to the Senate by the end of the week. The Senate will then have the option of suggesting modifications before the final report is issued. The audit team will submit a separate report, also by Friday, on the machine tally it conducted to count the number of ballots cast in the general election.
Fann tweeted on Monday that the audit team is preparing its draft report. She wrote that the Senate’s team will review the report “for accuracy and clarity” before the final report is released to the public. It’s unclear when the final report will be available to the public.
And the final report may not be the last word on the election review.