Another Pennsylvania county raises objection to lawmaker’s election audit

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Another Pennsylvania county targeted for an Arizona-style “forensic investigation” of the 2020 presidential election being pushed by former President Donald Trump is raising strong objections to a sweeping demand for access to its voting equipment and records.

York County’s three commissioners — two Republican and one Democrat — wrote this week to the Republican state lawmaker seeking the information and raised questions about the legality of his demand and the cost to the county.

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The commissioners also pointed to the likelihood that its voting machines would be decertified. Commissioners in rural Republican-controlled Tioga County have expressed similar concerns.

Philadelphia also received Mastriano’s request, but hasn’t formally responded.