Did 23,000 Maricopa County Ballots Come From Voters Using a Previous Address?

After the House Oversight Committee reviewed Arizona’s unofficial election “audit” Thursday, familiar false claims of voter fraud in Maricopa County continue to spread online.

Liz Harrington, Donald Trump’s chief spokeswoman, tweeted that the Maricopa Audit revealed that “23,000 mail-in ballots came from people who NO LONGER lived at that address.” 

This claim comes from the official results of the Cyber Ninja “audit report,” which, as we’ve noted previously, said that “mail-in ballots were cast under voter registration IDs for people that may not have received their ballots by mail, and no one with the same last name remained at that address.” The claim, according to the report, is that 23,344 ballots were “impacted under this condition.”

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