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‘A new presidential election ‘must’ be conducted,’ Sen. Rogers after the Audit by Cyber Ninjas

The July 15 testimony, made before Fann and Sen. Warren Peterson, chairman of the state Senate’s Judiciary Committee, by the Cyber ninjas on Election audit immediately triggered a push to conduct a new election in the state, where President Joe Biden beat former President Donald Trump with roughly 10,500 votes.

The Republican state Sen. Wendy Rogers on Thursday called for a new 2020 presidential election in the state,  Arizona and demanded that officials “decertify the election.”

“I call for the Biden electors to be recalled to Arizona & a new election must be conducted,” Rogers tweeted on Thursday. “Arizona’s electors must not be awarded fraudulently & we need to get this right.”

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Rogers’ comments came few hours after the Arizona state Senate held a briefing and gave an update on the 2020 presidential election audit, held in Maricopa, conducted by a Florida firm, Cyber Ninjas.


Her tweet highlighted some points made by Cyber Ninja’s founder, Doug Logan who reportedly told the state Senate Thursday that “thousands of names were added to the voting rolls after election day, but are recorded as casting a ballot in the 2020 election,” according to NewsWeek.

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