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The Arizona Senate today settled with the Maricopa County Elections Board in a legal battle over the routers used during the 2020 election, among other issues. The Senate had asked AZ Attorney General Mark Brnovich to proceed with measures to withhold state funding from Maricopa County as prescribed by Arizona law for not complying with subpoenas issued by the Senate over election equipment and information requested.
Previously the county had refused to give anyone access to the data and equipment.
Next Friday the Senate will release the findings of the full forensic audit of Maricopa County 2020 election in a public hearing.
The press release on today’s settlement from AZ Senate Chairman Karen Fann is below (h/t Arizona Republicans Take Action Telegram Channel):
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