Multiple witnesses with signed affidavits to things they saw there is good evidence. Examples - Machine printed bubbles, ballots that didn't feel quite right compared to others, mail in ballots not folded, etc.. On top of that there are multiple data analysts who believe fraud occurred. The biggest question that needs to be answered that only an extensive forensic audit can answer is why there are so many adjudicated ballots (200,000?) like in Georgia? With test ballots being used to hammer out any problems there is no legitimate excuse for this. Those audits were not very intensive and never looked at the physical ballots. The republican County supervisors don't want any kind of audit like the republicans in Georgia don't. Why would they? If fraud is found it means it happened under their watch and it's their responsibility.