The Arizona Senate on Tuesday released a trove of documents related to the Maricopa County election review but continued to withhold thousands of pages of emails, texts and other communications.
Two judges had ordered the Senate to turn over the records, which comprised approximately 22,000 documents ranging from emails with voters about the audit to disputes with other elected officials about the effort.
But the Senate also provided a 269-page list of documents it would not release, which appeared to include nearly all communications with Cyber Ninjas, the Florida-based company contracted to conduct the audit.
The plaintiffs in the cases can review that list of undisclosed documents and ask the judges to determine whether they, too, should be released.
An initial review of the thousands of emails and text messages revealed conversations among political operatives, elected officials and those pushing election fraud theories.