An Arizona Appeals Court declined to grant Cyber Ninja’s latest effort to keep the public from accessing the records it has relating to the 2020 election audit, according to the court’s decision filed on Tuesday.
Cyber Ninjas Inc., a private corporation retained to serve as the primary vendor to audit voting equipment and ballots cast in the Maricopa County election in November 2020, sought relief from Superior Court Judge John Hannah’s order that it turn over copies of public records that it possessed.
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