An order to audit the 2020 vote by the Republican-controlled state senate in Arizona has been opposed by several members of the county board of supervisors, who say the process has made Arizona a “laughing stock” and it’s time to accept the results. Stephanie Sy speaks to Bill Gates, the vice chair of the Maricopa County board of supervisors and one of the signers of that letter, about the matter.
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