During their review of Maricopa County’s voting machines, Arizona election auditors claim to have discovered a startling discovery: deleted election databases.
Arizona State Senate President Karen Fann has called a meeting with Maricopa County election officials next week to “constructivly resolve” surprising anomalies discovered so far in the election audit, including the deletion of a “main database” in the Election Management System (EMS).
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“We recently discovered that the entire ‘Database’ directory from the D drive of the machine ‘EMSPrimary’ was deleted,” Fann wrote to Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chair Jack Sellers. “This eliminates election-related information.
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In addition, according to Fann’s message, the EMS was lacking the “Results Tally and Reporting” database.
Fann added, “This means that the primary database for all election-related data for the November 2020 General Election has been deleted.” “Could you tell me why these files were deleted, and if there are any backups that might include the deleted folders?”
The election officials were then invited to come to the Arizona State Capitol on May 18 to discuss the missing EMS files and other issues “without recourse to additional subpoenas or other compulsory process.” The Arizona State Senate President went on to say that election data are skewed.
“The audit team has come across a large number of instances where the actual number of ballots in a batch differs from the total denoted on the pink report slip accompanying the batch,” Fann told Sellers. “In the vast majority of these cases, the balance on the pink report slip exceeds the number of ballots in the batch, although there are a few exceptions.”
The keys to the voting machines, according to Maricopa County election officials, are not in their possession. Furthermore, due to supposed security issues surrounding law enforcement, election officials refuse to hand over the routers to the computers.