Ben Cotton, founder of CyFir — a firm involved in the Maricopa County audit — warned Arizona senators at a hearing on Thursday of the importance of gaining access to Maricopa County’s election system used in the 2020 election because it was “breached.”
“There are a number of things that we know as a matter of fact have occurred that we to further take that information and validate that information,” Cotton told Arizona senators.
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“So, for example, we know that an element of the election system was actually compromised or breached during the course of the November 2020 electio,” said Cotton.
“It is a matter of public statement by Maricopa County as well as legal action and law enforcement action surrounding that particular incident,” he added.
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Maricopa County election system was BREACHED in November. They privately notified voters, but kept this from the public pic.twitter.com/J7DpP4q0Qu
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) July 15, 2021