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New twists in Arizona GOP election audit as judge drops out, auditor wants public barred from court hearing

Uncertainty surrounds the Democratic Party’s lawsuit to shut down audit.

Brahm Resnik

12News, Phoenix

A widely watched court case challenging Arizona Senate Republicans’ presidential election audit was thrown into turmoil Sunday evening after the judge hearing the case withdrew, less than 24 hours before a scheduled hearing at 11 a.m. Monday.

Judge Christopher Coury, a Republican appointee, said in a court filing that a lawyer for the firm representing Senate Republicans’ lead auditor had worked as a extern in his office within the last five years.

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