Review of Arizona’s 2020 ballot will be made public on September 24, Everything to Know

Review of Arizona’s 2020 ballot will be made public on September 24, Everything to Know

Ash Espinosa

Arizona’s state Senate Republicans and Maricopa County have come to an agreement after long disputes surrounding the partisan review of 2020 ballots. The casted votes of the 2020 election will be made public on Friday, Sept. 24., it will be firstly presented to the Senate floor and later open to the public. 

The state senate counted and reviewed the ballots and voting machines from the largest state county. Based on the Subpoena around 2.1 million ballots and 400 election machines were turned in for audition by companies that the state Senate hired. This action was objected to by the majority of the county board. Though the state Senate did hire “Cyber Ninjas” a cyber security company with no experience in official election audits. However the County claims, “The Cyber Ninjas will never be able to touch the routers or access our data.”

At first some Maricopa officials did not comply with Subpoenas to release certain information about the voting system. On Sept. 17 the county agreed to provide the materials, though. The states senate had issued subpoenas asking the County for information like documents, security information, voting registration records, and signed ballot envelopes. Along with much more, that the country denied sharing. 

On Sept. 24 the review released confirmed that current President Biden was confirmed as the winner for the 2020 elections.