AZ's biggest county to use $2.8M to replace voting machines

Thursday, 15. July 2021 05:36

Arizona's Maricopa County approved around $2.8 million for vote-counting machines that would replace those used in the United States 2020 presidential election.

The news comes after a Republican-led audit challenged the accuracy of Dominion Voting Systems' machines used in the process, suggesting that the equipment may not be secure. In June, supervisors said that the machines subpoenaed as part of the audit will not be used in the next elections.

Arizona was one of the states President Joe Biden flipped in 2020 which raised questions about the results in America's fourth-most populous county which voted Republican in 2016.

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