Pennsylvania may be poised to conduct a Arizona-style election audit, with Republican State Senator David Argall calling it a “very real possibility.”
“There are a lot of things under consideration right now, and I told them to check back in a week or two, and we hope to have some more detail,” Argall told the Capital-Star after meeting with audit-supporting activists on Thursday.
Per the report “Three Pennsylvania lawmakers, including Trump ally, state Sen. Doug Mastriano, R-Franklin, visited the audit site in Phoenix earlier this month to garner support for a similar audit in Pennsylvania.”
A grassroots group based in Western PA called “Audit the Vote PA,” has organized to make their case.
Argali met the group Wednesday. They chanted “prove us wrong” and waved signs.
Per the Washington Examiner “Pennsylvania and Arizona are two states won by President Joe Biden last year in which post-election audits showed no widespread fraud.”
“But after dozens of lawsuits with election fraud allegations and voting irregularities were rejected by courts around the country, the audit in Maricopa County, commissioned by the GOP-led Arizona Senate, has become a beacon of hope for Trump and his supporters who herald the legislature-backed review as a model for other states to replicate,” the report adds.