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The Arizona Senate is holding a public briefing with the leaders of ongoing election audit authorized by Senate President Karen Fann.
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– Karen Fann (@FannKfann) July 15, 2021
Fann was accompanied by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Warren Peterson, along with Senate audit liaison Ken Bennett and the leaders of two of the vendors hired to conduct the audit, Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan and the founder of CyFIR that Ben Cotton, according to KTAR.
Further by KTAR:
Cyber Ninjas was given the lead contractor for the audit, which began April 23rd after the Senate won a legal battle in Maricopa County for access to election equipment and an estimated 2.1 million ballots from the November 2020 general election in metro Phoenix.
Found said KTAR News 92.3 FM’s The Mike Broomhead Show on Tuesday that ballot numbers that were high during the audit did not match the overall documentation in Maricopa County, but he did not know how far the count would go.
Most of the audit operations are already wrapped up, but counting machines are being used to check the total count of ballots, a process that is expected to continue next week.
Audit officials said a final report is expected to be released by the end of July or August.
The U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee sent Logan a letter Wednesday requesting documentation about Cyber Ninjas ’role in auditing, funding and possible connections to former President Donald Trump or his successors.
Cyber Ninjas had no previous experience conducting election audits. Fann’s selection of the $ 150,000 bid by the Florida -based firm quickly scrutinized Logan’s deleted Twitter account, which had activity supporting baseless election conspiracy theories.
The low bid did not include the cost of the operation, was expected to be in the millions, and the gathering was done in the name of the audit.
Fann said the purpose of the process is to restore confidence in the electoral system and find ways to improve Arizona’s voting laws, not to reverse the election result.
However, many Trump supporters see it as a step toward undoing President Joe Biden’s victory and returning to Trump’s office.
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