Arizona election audit moving out of Coliseum, but process will continue

Audit Pool Photo

By Kevin Stone | KTAR

The contentious Maricopa County election audit is wrapping up operations at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum this week, but the Republican-ordered project will carry on — more than two months after it started.

A state Senate spokesman said Wednesday the process will continue inside a different building at the fairgrounds.

“I can’t imagine it will take more than a couple of weeks to get everything resolved,” Randy Pullen, one of the Senate’s audit liaisons, told pool reporters.

The auditors, led by Cyber Ninjas, have to vacate the Coliseum because their lease agreement, which was already extended once, is running out and the arena is booked for an upcoming gun show.

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