Multiple women claimed a man who worked in the Republican-backed Arizona election audit made unwanted sexual advances towards them.
The aggressive and angry outbursts, one woman told Arizona's Family Investigates, 'seemed to stem from some type of anger over women having authority over him.'
Another woman told the Arizona TV news station, 'Any time he would come across someone he considered attractive or a woman, he would harass them, things like trying to demand dates, things like making sexual comments.'
She said the comments turned into unwanted touching and other physical advances but didn't go into detail about how far the physical contact went.
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Arizona's election audit - some of whose workers are pictured in Phoenix on May 1 - has been hit by claims that multiple women were sexually harassed by a male worker
The unidentified sex pest is accused of inflicting unwanted touching on women, and commenting on their bodies. He is also said to have raged at female bosses
Former President Donald Trump claimed her lost Arizona because there was fraud, which sparked a Republican-backed audit that proved fruitless
They worked on the audit for weeks following Donald Trump's claims that he lost Arizona by about 10,000 votes because of voter fraud.
Even though Trump's allegations were rejected last year by state and federal judges, Arizona Senate Republicans used their subpoena power to access to ballots, counting machines and electronic data in Maricopa County for an audit.
Maricopa County accounts for about 60 percent of Arizona's voters.
But the alleged sexual harassment made the job difficult for some women.
The allegations reportedly involved more than one person, but the lion's share of the complaints centered on one man in particular, Arizona's Family Investigates said.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer