As the Arizona Republic reports, the hyper-partisan, fraudulent “review” of the 2020 election is costing taxpayers millions of dollars. As the article states:

“The partisan review of Maricopa County’s 2020 election was supposed to cost taxpayers $150,000. It’s not even close to that. As of late September, costs have ballooned to more than $4 million, public records of the most recent figures show. The biggest single expense thus far has been to Maricopa County and its taxpayers. The county had to pick up $3.2 million in costs related to the purchase of new vote-tabulation machines to settle a legal dispute with the Arizona Senate.”

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