AZ secretary of state worries for ‘security and integrity’ of voting machines turned over to GOP-backed auditors

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Arizona’s secretary of state is advising Maricopa County officials to replace all voting machines that were turned over to a private company hired by Republicans to conduct a fourth audit of the 2020 election.

The recount is being overseen by Cyber Ninjas, a company with no record of working in election security — and whose CEO has promoted conspiracy theories claiming the election was stolen.

Secretary of State Katie Hobbs cited “grave concerns regarding the security and integrity” of hundreds of voting machines that were in Cyber Ninja custody with no election official or observer present.

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