The Arizona Senate reached an agreement with Maricopa County on the routers and splunk logs withheld from senate investigators.
Senate Leader Karen Fann released a statement on Friday evening.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Maricopa County agrees to settle with Arizona State Senate#[email protected]/QNW1QAaUbw
— AZSenateRepublicans (@AZSenateGOP) September 18, 2021
Here is a copy of the settlement.
It appears the Senate took a loss. It is hard to see how this is a win for the Arizona Senate.
Arizona Senate Settlement: … by Jim Hoft
Update: Settlement reached.
The county will work through a special master to answer questions from the Arizona Senate about its routers and Splunk logs.
The county will also drop its complaint asking the Senate for $2.8M to replace its voting machines.
— Jen Fifield (@JenAFifield) September 18, 2021
Source: The Gateway Pundit
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