Tuesday, July 27

BREAKING: More Than 74,000 Mail In Ballots Counted In Maricopa County, No Record Of Being Sent

The Arizona State Senate held a hearing today to get an update / briefing on the progress of the forensic audit in Maricopa County that is inspecting more than 2 million ballots from the November Presidential Election.

During the hearing, Doug Logan, the CEO of Cyber Ninjas who has done work for J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Fortune 500 clients and the Federal Government confirmed that 74,243 mail in ballots were counted in the 2020 election that don’t have a record of being mailed out.

“We have 74,243 mail in ballots where there is no clear record of them being sent. Just to be clear here, in the state of Arizona we have EV 32’s and EV 33’s. EV 32’s are supposed to give a record of when a mail in ballot is sent and the EV 33’s are a record of when the mail in ballot is received. There should be more EV 32’s than [EV 33’s.]

With these [records] we can tie them [the ballots] with a specific individual that it was mailed to. So we have 74,000 [that] have come back from individuals where we don’t have a clear indication that they were ever sent out to them. That could be something where documentation wasn’t done right or there was a clerical issue. But I think when we have 74,000 that warrants knocking on doors and getting some of this information validated.”

Senator Petersen then asked Logan how his team received the information about the EV 32 and EV 33 forms, to which Logan indicated that they used the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to obtain the information,

“There was info that was FOIA’d from the county for the EV 32’s and the EV 33’s. That’s how we got those numbers. They should match and they do not.”

Logan indicated in the hearing that Cyber Ninjas Specialize in application security which allows them to be experts in complicated systems like voting systems. He also asserted that because of his expertise he was pulled into Antrim, Michigan to assist Matt De Perno with their Election issues.