The Arizona Senate is considering an additional audit of horse counties, including all of last year’s elections.

The Washington Examiner reports that the Arizona Senate may sign a deal to conduct another 2020 election review in Maricopa County, following reports that some audit overseers were unhappy with the process.

The current audit, which includes a review of 2.1 million ballots from the November election in Maricopa County, began April 23 and is being led by Cyber Ninjas, the firm hired to conduct the audit. The audit liaison, former Secretary of State Ken Bennett, told a reporter for CBS5 News on Thursday that hand counters have examined more than 800,000 ballots so far and hope to complete the audit by the end of June.

But the Republican-led state Senate is already considering another recount, entirely electronic, with a program to review digital images of ballots and count all the campaign votes cast in Maine County last year, according to The Arizona Republic. Bennett told the outlet that they are considering California’s Citizens Oversight, an election transparency group, for the job and that the results of the two audits could be compared to each other.

The Gateway Pundit has not heard of any reports of dissatisfaction from audit monitors. A more logical explanation for conducting a second audit is that the results of the Cyber Ninja audit, which would have been criticized by Democrats anyway, would have added a great deal of credibility to the Cyber Ninja audit results by hiring another firm that could look at the images and determine the validity of the results, preventing Democrats from saying the results were incorrect.