The team behind the 2020 presidential election audit in Maricopa County, Arizona , plans to submit its full draft report to the state Senate next week, according to a spokesperson for the project.
The submission of the final review of the 2020 election, which saw auditing teams recount 2.1 million ballots and analyze voting machines this summer, has been delayed for several weeks. Audit Co-Chairman Randy Pullen told the AZ Mirror the draft report could be handed to the Senate on Wednesday or Thursday.
Plans to submit the audit report were delayed after the audit leader and CEO of Cyber Ninjas , Doug Logan, tested positive for COVID-19 along with two other members of the five-person team.
The audit report was previously intended to be submitted by the end of August. Senate President Karen Fann tweeted on Aug. 16 that the "audit companies are preparing the draft report to present to the senate team."