Disaffected Republicans handed Arizona to Joe Biden
PHOENIX — A bipartisan group’s unofficial audit concludes Republican voters, disenchanted with Donald Trump, were key to Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential win in Maricopa County.
Benny White, a Republican who previously ran for Pima County Recorder, teamed up with Democrat Larry Moore, and Independent Tim Halvorsen, two retired executives from the election company Clear Ballot, to conduct their own unofficial audit into the votes cast during the November 2020 election in Maricopa County.
For several weeks, the trio pored over the cast vote record, a database showing the voting results of each of the 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County.
The data, which is public record, can be used to confirm vote tabulations and better understand voting patterns and behavior.
8 or more R races:
Voted Trump: 885,495
Not Trump: 59,800
-Voted Biden: 39,102
8 or more D races:
-Voted Biden: 892,784
-Not Biden: 38.851
-Voted Trump: 21,679