The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors compromised with the Republican Arizona Senate and has agreed to provide crucial information to the ongoing 2020 election audit.
The board voted 4-1 to comply with the demands of the Senate and set up a process in which the necessary information will be provided to complete the audit.
A communications official for Maricopa county told the Washington Examiner that, “At all times, the routers will remain in production and in the custody of Maricopa County. The agreement is structured in a way that ensures no personal identifying information or sensitive law enforcement or court-related information is revealed.”
This decision is a major victory for Republicans hoping to complete their audit of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona.
The audit has had to overcome serious obstacles and non-stop stonewalling from Arizona Democrats.
Thankfully that fight seems to be coming to an end. Republicans are completing a process that can be replicated nationwide and in future elections that are called into question.
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