Arizona Senate can keep 2020 election audit records secret, state Supreme Court rules

The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the state Senate can keep hundreds of secret emails and other records related to its partisan review of the 2020 election because they are “privileged” and exempt from disclosure under state public records law.


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