PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - The team running the unprecedented and partisan audit into the 2020 election said Tuesday that they are done counting ballots and are prepared to return them to Maricopa County later this week. County election officials confirmed they expect to pick up the 2.1 million ballots on Thursday at the Arizona State Fairgrounds, where they are being stored.
But the audit appears far from over with the Republican-controlled state Senate this week issuing the county new subpoenas for more information and equipment from the election. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is expected to meet with their lawyers on Wednesday to decide how to respond to those subpoenas.
The website, JustTheFacts.Vote, will explain the state's election laws and provide in-depth information on how the county conducts its elections.