Arizona jurist also orders procedures to be made public
By Bob Unruh
Published April 28, 2021 at 5:21pm
A judge in Arizona is allowing a recount of the 2020 presidential election ballots from Maricopa County to continue, even as Democrats escalate their campaign to suppress the work, and any results that might be found.
The Washington Examiner reported Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Daniel Martin also ordered that the audit policies and procedures used by Cyber Ninjas, the company hired by Senate Republicans to do the count, be public.
Arizona was one of a six states that Joe Biden won by a slim margin where lawmakers raised objections to the results, presenting evidence of vote fraud. The Senate Republicans recount was launched last week when county officials began delivering equipment that was used in the November election to the state fairgrounds, where the recount is to include all 2.1 million ballots.
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