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The moment we’ve been waiting for is almost here.

The Audit Report on the 2020 election in Maricopa County will be here at 1 PM, September 24.

I’m Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers. I am an Arizona State Senator fighting nationwide for audits and election integrity! Please help me continue to fight for election integrity measures!

I fought for the Maricopa Audit. My election made it possible. Now we’re about to see what it says!

Today this story broke. Courtesy of Right Side Broadcasting Network:

The Arizona State Senate announced that they will release the long-awaited results of the forensic audit for Maricopa County and their 2020 presidential election results.

Senate President Karen Fann said the audit report will be delivered on Friday, Sept. 24 at 1:00 p.m. in a public presentation on the Senate floor.

Fann’s announcement came one hour after a judge asked a Senate lawyer to tell him when the final report would be available.

Fann sent a letter to Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan requesting that he make available “all records within your custody or control, or within the custody or control of your subcontractors or other agents, with substantial nexus to the audit.”

The audit, which began in April, was conducted to reveal potential discrepancies from Maricopa County, Arizona after reports of alleged voter fraud ravaging the 2020 presidential election.

A spokesman for the Arizona Senate Republicans announced that three volumes of the audit findings will be presented at the public hearing next Friday on the Senate floor.

Sen. President Fann and Judiciary Chairman Warren Petersen will receive the report. Petersen will then convene his committee “after everyone’s had a chance to go through the audit,” said Fann.

The audit report will be delivered on the Senate floor on Friday, Sept. 24 at 1:00 p.m.

So there you have it. Next week, the results of this several-month audit will be in.

I know some of you are upset about the delays in the release. But to those people, I would make two observations:

1. The AZ Audit is coming out faster than 49 other states.

2. This has never been done before, but could be a model for other audits. It took the Democrats months to steal this election. It took us some time to unravel it.

The amount of time and quality of work that went into this audit was massive. We recently held a reunion event for the volunteers for this effort, of which there were many. We are so grateful for them- this audit wouldn’t have happened without them.

I have seen enough of the preliminary data, when combined with the recently released canvass, to know there were a lot of problems in 2020. This thing was stolen.

In 2020, we had hundreds of thousands of altered votes in Maricopa County alone. More than enough to change the 2020 results.

Ultimately, we need election integrity changes, nationally. Our elections are a sham right now. That needs to change.

Will you help me work for audits and changes around the country? We need to show what actually happened these elections so we can fix it!

Our elections need to be fair and square for our Republic to survive. Help us push for audits and election integrity measures!

Arizona proved we can find out what happened in these elections. Our Audit has scared the Left! Join our fight and help us stop the fraud!

Thank you so much.

Author: Wendy Rogers