Arizona audit experts announced the voting machines were indeed hacked via internet connection in last year’s elections. During the Arizona Senate hearing, CyFIR CEO Ben Cotton said dominion machines in Maricopa County were connected to the internet.
This comes as Maricopa County officials have continued to resist the state Senate’s subpoena to turn over the voting machine routers. Arizona Republicans claimed internet routers, chain of custody records and images of mail-in ballots have yet to be turned over to the auditors.
Meanwhile, auditors have yet to reveal the scope of the fraud, including both ballots and electronic equipment along with their assessment on whether it changed election outcomes.