The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors held an emergency meeting yesterday after it was announced that the county was unable to supply passwords to auditors conducting an audit of the county’s 2020 election results. They also refused to give access to the routers that were requested during the audit.
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The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors convened an emergency meeting yesterday to address their failure to supply routers and passwords to the county’s 2020 election auditors:
Panic in Maricopa County, Arizona – Board of Supervisors declare EMERGENCY meeting to discuss Senate demand for election passwords and router equipment. pic.twitter.com/TPjwQ83n7V
— New Granada (@NewGranada1979) May 7, 2021
There have been no responses yet – the Supervisors are in serious trouble for failing to include these things to the auditors. In an audit like this one, these things are not out of the ordinary or out of place. You have to ask why the auditors hired by the County to audit their work didn’t object to this. Didn’t they ask for this information? This would be a hint of a shoddy audit. Did they pass on this information because they hadn’t received it? This would point to a flaw in the auditors’ judgment.
Maricopa County would be in a far better position if it just followed through on the audit requests from the start.