The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors held an emergency meeting yesterday after the County was reportedly unable to provide passwords to the auditors performing an audit of the county’s 2020 Election results. They also did not provide access to the routers which were requested in the audit as well.
Yesterday the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors held an emergency meeting to discuss their inability to provide routers and passwords to the auditors of the county’s 2020 Election results:
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
We reported about these items previously:
BREAKING: Maricopa County Did not Have ‘Admin’ Access to the 2020 Election – This Means They Ceded Ownership of Election to Their Outside System Provider
The summary of the Supervisors’ meeting is below:
No answers yet – the Supervisors are in a lot of trouble in not providing these items to the auditors. These items are not out of place or items that are out of the ordinary in an audit like this one. You have to wonder why the auditors who the County selected to audit their work didn’t have a problem with this. Did they not request this information? This would indicate a poorly designed audit. Did they pass on not receiving this information? This would indicate a problem with the auditors’ judgement.