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State Rep. seeks audit of 2020 election results in 3 Oklahoma counties
Oklahoma State Representative Sean Roberts, R-Hominy, announced on Tuesday that he is requesting the State Election Board Secretary call for a 'forensic and independent audit' of the 2020 general elections in Oklahoma County and two other random counties in the state. (Martinns / iStock / Getty Images Plus)

Oklahoma State Representative Sean Roberts, R-Hominy, announced on Tuesday that he is requesting the State Election Board Secretary call for a "forensic and independent audit" of the 2020 general elections in Oklahoma County and two other random counties in the state. 

"Every citizen deserves to have faith in the integrity of the election process and its outcome," Roberts said in a letter sent to the Election Board secretary. "It is my responsibility, as an elected public servant, to assure my constituents that Oklahoma's elections are safe and secure." 

Roberts also said that there were "clear signs of election fraud in various other states around the country such as Arizona, Georgia, and Pennsylvania." 

"Elections are the bedrock of our constitutional republic and the recent fraud across the country has led to voter confidence dropping drastically, we must prove our state elections are secure," Roberts said. 

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