From The Center Square:

At the request of Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, two organizations analyzed the state’s election audit process and found room for improvement. The Brennan Center for Justice and the R Street Institute released a report Monday that said Arizona’s election laws need changes. They stressed the state’s 2020 general election was held safely and securely, but a political party can quash a post-election audit if it refuses to participate. In place of the state’s mandatory hand-count audits, the organizations suggested risk-limiting audits that they say call a “check on the election outcome.”

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