Arizona County Defies Subpoena For Dominion Voting Machines


The Maricopa Board of Supervisors has voted to defy a subpoena and not turn over its Dominion voting machines for a forensic audit.

The board, in a 4 – 1 vote, decided to withhold the machines from audit and have opted to file a complaint in the Superior Court.

The Arizona Senate Republicans, on Tuesday, sent subpoenas to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors asking for images of all mail-in ballots that were counted during the 2020 election along with other records.

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“The goal is to verify the machines did what they are supposed to do,” Senate President Karen Fann said.

But when the Board of Supervisors voted to scoff at the Senate subpoenas even some Republicans were furious at the Senate’s demands.

Republican Board Chairman Clint Hickman said that he, along with members of the county’s legal team and the Maricopa County director of Election Day voting, Scott Jarrett, answered all the questions of the Senate Judiciary Committee at a hearing and answered all of the lawmakers’ questions. He said he believed that the subpoenas were going to come no matter how they answered the questions.