According to a news release, the full committee hearing is being called "to assess the election ‘audit’ in Maricopa County, Arizona, conducted by Cyber Ninjas, Inc., and how this and similar audits undermine public confidence in elections and threaten our democracy."
The Arizona Senate has released tens of thousands of public records but is withholding about 1,000 that lawmakers say are subject to legislative privilege.
Since findings from a controversial election audit was released, bits of the firm’s findings, including from various drafts of its report, proliferated on social media, driving a surge in false posts suggesting the election results were flawed. Here’s a closer look at some of the claims.
Arizona Democratic leaders spoke out against Cyber Ninjas' audit hours before the results were released, while Doug Ducey tweeted his response when the presentation concluded.
The Maricopa County audit shows there was no voter fraud and that Joe Biden did indeed win the county.
Senator President Karen Fann held a news conference after Cyber Ninjas' presented their Maricopa County election audit results.
A final report on the Maricopa County election audit was presented to the Arizona Senate on Sept. 24.
The tally in the draft document showed a net gain of 360 votes for Biden over the official results.
Maricopa County board members have reached an agreement with the GOP-controlled state Senate to end a standoff over demands that they hand over computer routers for use in a controversial election audit.
Arizona's Supreme Court has issued a ruling that rejected efforts by the Arizona State Senate to keep records of its ongoing review of the 2020 election in Maricopa County that are in possession of contractors secret.
The Senate records were not complete. Senate attorney Kory Langhofer told a judge on Sept. 1 that it withheld nearly 3,000 records because they contained legislative or attorney-client communications he says are privileged.
If the requested information is not provided in the next 30 days, Attorney General Mark Brnovich has threatened to withhold state funding from Maricopa County.
Monday saw yet another day in the delivery of a report on the 2020 election vote count to Republicans in the Arizona State Senate. COVID-19 infections are to blame for this round of delay, according to officials.
The results of the months-long audit of Maricopa County's 2.1 million ballots are expected to be released to Senate Republicans today. Democrats heading the U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee are demanding the firm handling the audit, Cyber Ninjas, turn over the documents related to the audit immediately.
Experts say there should be little anticipation about the revelations from the Maricopa County audit — and whatever those revelations are, they cannot be taken seriously.
The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled that the documents sought by the watchdog group American Oversight detailing how the election audit is being conducted are public and must be turned over.
Maricopa County’s GOP-controlled Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to seek reimbursement for machines that Senate Republicans gave to contractors led by Florida-based Cyber Ninjas.
American Oversight has sued to obtain information from Arizona's election audit being conducted by state Republicans.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday, we speak with Dr. John Whyte with WebMD to talk about the Delta variant. Also, we get an update on the Arizona election audit with liaison Ken Bennett.
The ruling was made by a judge in Maricopa County, after a left-leaning group named American oversight sued for the records. Meanwhile, State Senate officials are asking the state's Attorney General's Office to investigate the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.