Arizona Senate President Karen Fann issued a new subpoena to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, requiring them to hand over materials and evidence needed to complete the audit. But, unless the Arizona Senate follows through and has the Maricopa County Supervisors tossed into jail cells, they will get nothing. The supervisors already see there is no consequence for refusing to obey the law.
The Senate had a recent hearing in which Fann explained what evidence they needed to complete the audit. The company handling the audit, Cyber Ninjas say they cannot complete the audit without the material being covered up by the supervisors.
My advice to Fann and the other Senators is that you either take this seriously or go crawl back under your rocks. Until you show you mean business, they will stall you forever.
As part of Monday’s subpoena, Fann ordered the Maricopa Board of Supervisors to appear before the Senate on Aug. 2 to present more information. Among the new documents being requested:
- All reports, findings, and other documents concerning any breach of the voter registration server, the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office systems, or any other aspect of the County’s election systems at any time within six months of the Nov. 3, 2020 general election.
- All ballot envelopes received in connection with the Nov. 3, 2020 general election, or digital images of the same.
- All user names, passwords, pins and/or security keys or tokens required to access any and all ballot tabulation devices used in connection with the Nov. 3, 2020 general election in Maricopa County (including, but not limited to, administrator access).
- All Maricopa County registered voter records to date, with any and all change histories including:
- The field that was added, removed, or changed
- A timestamp (date and time) for the change
- Identifying information for the individual who made the change (internal employee ID and/or IP address)
- All routers used in connection with the Nov. 3, 2020 general election, or virtual images of the same, and the public IP of each router.
- All splunk logs, network logs, net flows, or similar data related with systems associated in any way with the administration of the Nov. 3, 2020 general election for the time period beginning 60 days before the election and ending 90 days after the election.
I am convinced that other states are holding up audits until they see the results from Maricopa County Arizona.