Azfamily - ELLIOTT POLAKOFF - POSTED APR 25, 2021
A judge ordered the private company running the election audit to give the court details about their procedures. That was supposed to happen Sunday but didn't.
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - The election audit in Maricopa County is making national headlines. More than two million ballots from the 2020 election are in the process of being recounted. But heading into tomorrow's audit hearing, there are new efforts to block the public from seeing the details on how it's being done.
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The Arizona Senate's ballot recount has been plagued with questions from the beginning. Investigative reporter Morgan Loew exposed major security lapses such as open doors, which allowed access to equipment and ballots. It was also reported blue pens that can be used to alter ballots were handed out to volunteers.
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On Friday, a judge ordered Cyber Ninjas, the private company hired to do the audit, to provide documents outlining their procedures. Instead, today Cyber Ninjas filed a motion to seal the documents and keep the public and press out of the hearings. First Amendment lawyer Dan Barr says this is information the public needs to see.
"There's nothing more important in our democracy than the vote and people choosing to vote," says Barr. "And that the vote is secret and it's kept secret."
Fixed cameras show a live stream from the floor of the audit. But the company running the audit has not allowed observers from the media or Secretary of State's office.
The Secretary of State today filed a brief saying "the Senate and its contractors cannot make up their own rules as they go."
Barr believes there is a reason for the Cyber Ninja's actions. "They don't have real practices and procedures and they're just making it up as they go along," Barr says. "To allow people like that with access to the ballots in a democracy is just completely unheard of."
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Republican Senate liaison Ken Bennett told journalists earlier this week that he couldn't speak to the media due to a pending lawsuit. But last night, Bennett held a live question and answer session on a conservative platform called Telegram. "The Cyber Ninja people and the Arizona State Senate can't pick and choose among media people," says Barr. "They can't give access to OAN and then not give access to other media people."
On Monday, Dan Barr will file a motion to keep the hearing open to the public. We have also learned the judge on this case has recused himself, citing that when the company filed their motion, they added an attorney who worked in the judge's chambers. That means he needs to recuse himself, and because of that, it's unclear if there will end up being a hearing tomorrow.
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