Kelli Ward Announces Nine State Delegations Are In Maricopa Friday To Observe Audit

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Arizona GOP chairwoman Kelli Ward announced that delegations from nine different states are in attendance at the Maricopa County, Arizona election audit on Friday. Patriotic lawmakers from around the country have been observing the hard work of the auditors after the Republican state senate in Arizona convened a forensic audit of the votes.

American patriot activists tell NATIONAL FILE that they are just getting started when it comes to sparking 2020 election audits in disputed states. Some of the main patriot organizers who are leading the audit effort are very optimistic that what started in Maricopa County, Arizona will now spread quickly to nine other states. Targeted states include Virginia, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Alaska, Colorado, New Hampshire, and Nevada.

Patriotic delegations from Georgia, Alaska, and Colorado visited the Maricopa County audit floor in Phoenix, Arizona this week following a visit from a Pennsylvania delegation led by State Senator Doug Mastriano, who met with President Donald Trump in Trump Tower. Insiders tell NATIONAL FILE that more states will be heading to Maricopa County.

Kandiss Taylor, Conservative Running for Governor of Georgia Against Brian Kemp, Is Confident

“There’s a team going. There’s three or four Republicans going to Arizona” from Georgia, Kandiss Taylor told NATIONAL FILE prior to the Georgia delegation’s visit to Maricopa, which was kept quiet so as not to prevent it from happening ahead of time. Taylor noted that the pro-audit Georgia delegation is working with a very good attorney who is advising the lawmakers.

“It’s going great. We’ve got senators willing to go at it. I’ve sent 2 affidavits, and we’ve sent thousands of affidavits to people in power to get audits in Fulton County and Chatham County, which is Savannah,” Kandiss Taylor said.

Kandiss Taylor even confronted Quisling governor Brian Kemp about the audit effort. Taylor said, “I saw the governor, he said ‘okay,’ he said ‘okay, thank you.’ He was in my hometown in South Georgia.”