https://conservativebrief.... Arizona Senate, Maricopa County Reach Agreement In Audit Case There has finally been an agreement reached in the saga of the 2020 election audit in Arizona.
The state Senate and Maricopa County officials have reached a settlement on the election audit subpoena, ABC 15 reported.
On late afternoon Friday Chairman Jack Sellers announced the settlement with Senate President Karen Fann.
In the settlement, Maricopa County will not seek to recoup the $2.8 million cost of replacing election equipment that Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (D) said she will not re-certify on the advice of federal security officials since the equipment left the custody of county election officials.
In turn, the Senate will drop their subpoena issued on July 26 in which they sought the county’s routers, network logs and voter registration database.
A special intermediary will be appointed by the county to work with the state senate to answer questions they may have about the county’s networking equipment and how they were used in the election as well as upcoming elections.