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Virginia Senator Amanda Chase tours Arizona forensic election audit

A representative from the Virginia State Senate is just back from a trip to Arizona, where she toured the largest forensic audit of the November 3, 2020, General Election.

The audit taking place in Maricopa County, Arizona, is the first in the U.S., forensic, in-depth look at election results of any locality. Sparked by Republicans in the Arizona State Senate, the massive operation has reviewed more than 2 million election ballots in the county of more than 4 million people to uncover voter fraud.

Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase (R-Chesterfield) spent the day on Thursday, June 10, touring the audit inside Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Pheonix. "For four years, I served on the Senate Privileges and Elections Committee...so this has been an interest of mine for many years," Chase told PLN.

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