“Former President Trump says 74,000 mail-in ballots were received that were never mailed,” he said. “That claim appears to be based on data that does not show the total mail-in vote and does not reflect the total early vote either, something acknowledged by the third-party audit itself.”
The Trump claim that all access logs to the voting machines were wiped was debunked back in May by the Republican chairman of the county board of supervisors. Former President Trump claims the election server was hacked during the election. Maricopa County says its election server is not connected to the internet, and independent auditors found no evidence of a breach there. As we reported last week, there have been a total of 182 potential fraud cases referred to investigators in Arizona. Only four have led to charges.