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Arizona justices to decide if public has right to see Cyber Ninja election 'audit' records

The Arizona Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday over whether the Arizona Senate has the authority to conceal records from an "audit" of the 2020 presidential election that found President Joe Biden was lawfully elected. ... Read more»

Cyber Ninjas, flouting court order, refuse to turn over public records to Arizona Senate

Cyber Ninjas won’t hand over all of the documents that Senate President Karen Fann requested from the review it conducted of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, despite an order by the Arizona Court of Appeals that all such records be made public.... Read more»

Arizona Senate asks Cyber Ninjas for 'audit' documents after Supreme Court rejection

Senate President Karen Fann has asked Cyber Ninjas to provide her with all documents in the company's possession that are related to the review it led of the 2020 general election in Maricopa County.... Read more»

'Audit' documents are public records: Arizona Supreme Court declines Fann’s appeal

Communications between subcontractors, invoices and a host of other records related to the state Senate’s self-styled audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County must be released as public records after the Arizona Supreme Court declined to hear Senate President Karen Fann’s appeal of an appellate court ruling. ... Read more»

Arizona Democrat Pete Rios rebuffed offer be 'audit' co-liaison alongside Ken Bennett

Former Secretary of State Ken Bennett asked former Democratic state Sen. Pete Rios to be his co-liaison on the controversial review of the 2020 election in Maricopa County.... Read more»

Appeals court: Arizona Senate, Cyber Ninjas must produce 'audit' records immediately

The state Senate can’t duck Arizona’s public records law because some records were created by and are in possession of Cyber Ninjas, the company hired to conduct a so-called “audit” of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.... Read more»

Arizona 'audit' contractors won’t have to release records pending appeal

The companies conducting the controversial review of the election in Maricopa County won’t have to turn over internal documents and communications while the Senate appeals a judge’s ruling ordering that they be released under Arizona public records law.... Read more»

Judge: Arizona Senate must disclose who is funding its election review

A judge said the Arizona Senate's reasoning for why it rejected a public records request for documents relating to the ongoing ballot review — including who is funding the effort — would lead to the "absurd result" of effectively gutting state public records law and "erode any sense of transparency" in government.... Read more»