Election integrity advocates who work on the frontlines of elections in the targeted counties told Texas Scorecard last month they’d support a forensic audit of the 2020 election if the process is transparent, the scope and goals are well defined, and the findings are used to improve how Texas elections are run.
“I believe such an audit would help us get a handle on the reliability and accuracy of our voting systems and processes,” said Alan Vera, a longtime election integrity advocate who heads the Harris County Republican Party’s ballot security committee. “If the findings are transparent, presenting the data uncovered, logical people will believe them.”
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