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Jovan Pulitzer’s fraud claims are 'utter rubbish,' fellow 'audit' researcher told Arizona Senate

A researcher the Arizona Senate hired to double-check an analysis of ballots by election conspiracy theorist Jovan Pulitzer said his claims that there were upwards of 12,000 counterfeit ballots were “utter rubbish.”... Read more»

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Arizona 'audit' contractor slams 'grifters,' airs grievances with Cyber Ninjas in new report

Shiva Ayyadurai, the subcontractor who conducted a botched analysis of Maricopa County’s ballot affidavits as part of the Senate’s review of the 2020 election, slammed the “audit” leaders as “self-serving grifters” in a new report.... Read more»

Bennett headlining Arizona 'audit' town halls with group that organized 'Justice for J6' rallies

A group that has organized rallies across the country to support “political prisoners” of the January 6 insurrection will be holding a series of town halls across Arizona to discuss the so-called “audit” of the 2020 election, featuring former Secretary of State Ken Bennett.... Read more»

Arizona ‘audit’ found no evidence of fraud, but Republicans say it’s the smoking gun they wanted

The long-awaited results of the Arizona Senate’s “audit” unequivocally concluded there was no evidence of fraud, but that didn’t stop leading Arizona Republicans from claiming the election review was the smoking gun needed to prove claims they’ve been repeating since last November.... Read more»

Arizona election ‘audit’: Litany of unsubstantiated claims & no proof of fraud

The finally released report of the “audit” of the Arizona election featured unsubstantiated allegations that files were deleted, equipment was improperly connected to the Internet, and ballots weren’t properly verified. But it showed no proof of any "fraud," despite repeated claims by supporters.... Read more»

Arizona 'audit' leaders rolled out the red carpet for 'friendly' right-wing media

Since the Arizona Senate’s self-styled “audit” of the Maricopa County 2020 election began in April, it has been cheered on by right-wing media entities personalities, and documents released by the Senate show just how deep the relationship they have with the auditors goes.... Read more»

Doug Logan masterminded banning the media from the Arizona 'audit'

The plan to bar journalists from covering the Senate's self-styled "audit" of the 2020 election in Maricopa County and only let them into Veterans Memorial Coliseum if they agreed to work 30 hours as volunteer observers was hatched and implemented by Doug Logan, the man hired to lead the election review.... Read more»1

'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»

Beset by delays, 'audit' team plans to submit full draft report to Arizona Senate next week

The team that conducted the controversial review of the 2020 general election in Maricopa County plans to submit its full draft report to the Senate next week, after several weeks of delays.... Read more»1

Finchem-led nonprofit among groups billed $400K for Az election ‘audit’ security

Newly released documents show that the Arizona “audit” has spent more than $400,000 to hire off-duty police officers to provide security for the ballot review that concluded last month at the state fairgrounds. ... Read more»

Election experts launch preemptive strike against Arizona 'audit' findings

Elections experts watching the Arizona Senate’s 'audit' say Americans should take a deeply skeptical view of the conclusions reached by inexperienced contractors using defective procedures for the purpose of intentionally undermining the results of the presidential election.... Read more»

'Audit' team will provide draft report to Arizona Senate this week

The team that conducted the troubled review of the 2020 election in Maricopa County - led by Cyber Ninjas, an unknown cybersecurity company out of Florida - will present a draft report of its findings to Senate President Karen Fann by Friday.... Read more»

Arizona 'audit' team vacates fairgrounds, though more space may be needed

For the first time since Arizona's election review began in April, the state Senate’s team of self-styled auditors has vacated the state fairgrounds near downtown Phoenix; however, the departure from the fairgrounds may not be permanent.... Read more»

Az Senate president says 'audit' shows different ballot total than Maricopa County

The number of ballots counted by the Arizona Senate’s self-styled 'audit' didn’t match Maricopa County’s official total from the 2020 general election, which prompted the election review team to acquire machines for a new tally, Senate President Karen Fann said Tuesday in a radio interview... Read more»1

New 'audit' concerns: Cellphones, guns, WiFi microscopes and software glitches

Observers sent by Secretary of State Katie Hobbs to monitor the Arizona Senate's election audit say they've raised a litany of concerns about security, equipment, communication, policies and procedures over the past month.... Read more»

Arizona 'audit' security practices revealed in fresh records

Documents released by the Arizona Senate shed new light on agreements between the legislative chamber and the groups providing private security services to the audit of Maricopa County's 2020 election results.... Read more»

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