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