Leak At Arizona Audit Facility…

After­noon thun­der­storms caused a leak in the facil­i­ty where work­ers moved oper­a­tions for an audit of the 2020 elec­tion in Mari­co­pa Coun­ty, but bal­lots are safe, a rep­re­sen­ta­tive for Ari­zona Sen­ate Republican’s review said Friday.

Phoenix and oth­er parts of the state have expe­ri­enced heavy rain­fall and flash flood­ing, lead­ing to roof dam­age to the facil­i­ty where the GOP-led state Senate’s audit team trans­port­ed mate­ri­als from the Vet­er­ans Memo­r­i­al Col­i­se­um ear­li­er this month.

“No bal­lots are at risk,” Randy Pullen, a spokesman for the review, told the Ari­zona Republic.
Audit work­ers quick­ly pulled bal­lot box­es away from the leaks inside the Wes­ley Bolin Build­ing, Pullen said, adding four leaks are stem­ming from spe­cif­ic spots, such as ducts in the ceiling.

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