Judge Rules Arizona’s Controversial Election Audit Must Make Their Records Public

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A judge has ruled that the communications of the controversial Arizona election audit of the 2020 presidential election must be made public. This decision comes after several months of court proceedings. State Senate Majority Leader Karen Fann (R), who authorized the audit, had sought to keep the communications private. Judge Micheal Kemp stated in his ruling that “it is difficult to conceive of a case with a more compelling public interest demanding public disclosure and public scrutiny.” The lawsuit was filed by American Oversight, which has been pursuing many lawsuits including this one to …

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