by Bill Bachenberg
This audit has been the most comprehensive and complex election audit conducted in this nation, however the audit has NOT been completed as of the date of this summary. Maricopa County intentionally withheld critical infrastructure and documentation and refused to answer crucial questions, in direct defiance of Arizona Senate‐issued subpoenas. Because of Maricopa County’s hostile defiance, the audit raises additional legitimate issues of concern, beyond those already uncovered, which remain unanswered to date.
Below is a list of what Maricopa County failed to provide to the Auditors that remains critical to completing an audit:
- ICX (electronic voting machines) units.
- The Credentials to validate the ICP (ballot scanners) configuration or admin settings – unable to audit their wireless or LAN connections.
- Certain passwords.
- The Network Routers & Switches and their related configuration and log files.
- Poll Worker Laptops (used to validate the voters).
- Other Network connected devices.
- Review of a Tabulator configuration – Hardware tokens never provided.
- Systems accessing voter rolls never provided by County.
- Provisional and Undeliverable Ballots never provided by County.
- Canvasses to confirm voter rolls (removed from Scope of Work by the Senate)
- Standard Operating Procedures (“SOP”) for signature validations.
- Rejected Provisional Ballots and Uncured […]