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Arizona Senate Reaches Agreement With Maricopa County

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The Arizona Senate Republicans reached an agreement Friday with the Maricopa Board of Supervisors (MCBOS) to gain access to the routers via Special Master, former U.S. Rep., Republican John Shadegg. The agreement comes in advance of the publicly broadcast scheduled public hearing to reveal the contents of the forensic audit report. The meeting will be led by Senate President Karen Fann on Friday, Sept. 24, at 1 p.m. PST, per reporting by UncoverDC.

Maricopa County has also dropped its $2.8 claim against the Senate to pay for the cost of replacing potentially compromised voting machines. Both sides are saying it is a win for Maricopa County taxpayers. The Senate has already received the requested ballot envelope images. Specific voter information will be redacted, per court order.

The redaction is any personal information of voters or ballots per court order. Unredacted version will be given to AG for his investigation

— Karen Fann (@FannKfann) September 20, 2021

The MCBOS met on Sept. 17 to discuss in detail their action regarding the election subpoenas. Earlier reporting by UncoverDC has stated Arizona’s Attorney General Mark Brnovich ordered MCBOS to comply with the Senate-requested subpoenas after months of resistance. He had given the Board until Sept. 27 to comply with his request.

Requested were routers, Splunk logs, hardware keys, and admin passwords. The agreement was approved in a 4:1 vote by the MCBOS. Supervisor Steve Gallardo voted against the agreement. Below are several excerpts from Gallardo’s statement:

“This has been a long ten months. I think we’re all kind of tired of it. I think the public is tired of it. We aren’t dealing with rational people,

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