Whilst we await the outcome of the Maricopa County audit in Arizona with bated breath (well, maybe not - I for one can't bate my breath for that long) that doesn't mean to say that there is no progress elsewhere.
In Wisconsin for instance.
"Wisconsin Republican state legislators approved an audit of the state’s 2020 presidential election results, to begin in the coming weeks"
Anybody who thought that Maricopa would mark the end of the USA election saga needs to recalibrate expectations - this will be a long hard road.
See also this report from Tennessee, where a citizens' committee - the Williamson County Voters For Election Integrity (WCV) - has been investigating and documenting the situation in that county. Whilst they apparently fall short of demanding a full audit, the intent to identify and correct defects in the electoral process is evident.
Not to be outdone, election officials in California are getting worried about the integrity of the election for recall of governor Newsom. Citing release at Mike Lindell’s Cyber Imposium of leaked copies of Dominion Voting System’s proprietary Election Management System (EMS) and calling for "a statewide risk-limiting audit (RLA) of trustworthy paper ballots".
How could anyone object to a rigorous audit?