Dominion Voting Systems released a statement on Thursday, in response to the Arizona Senate’s demand for passwords to ballot tabulators.
In a statement published today Dominion attacked the forensic auditing team performing the audit. Dominion defended the controversial EAC group that rubber-stamped the previous counting of ballots.
Dominion then said they will not release the passwords to the Maricopa County voting machines.
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