Audits in Arizona, Nevada could swing both states

Just The NewsAn audit of more than 1,400 mail-in ballots in Nevada indicates that 2% of them were cast on behalf of voters who never received a ballot in the mail, and 1% were cast on behalf of voters who say they did not vote in the election at all.

The audit, which was conducted by Baselice and Associates for the Trump campaign's legal team in Nevada, suggests that the above mentioned 3% of voters whose identities matched the names on the ballots they inspected were not actually the ones who cast the ballots.

2-3% of absentee votes doesn't sound like much, but that's enough to swing the race when you combine it with out of state voters (9,000) and just a few more.

Meanwhile, in Arizona, a similar audit of 100 ballots found 2 errors, resulting in a 3% change from Trump to Biden. Again, extrapolated, that's enough to change the result. The state granted an audit of 2,500 votes to see if the problem remained in a larger sample.

This entry was published Thu Dec 03 20:00:10 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-12-03 20:00:10.0. [Tweet]

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