July 14, 2021 Updated: July 14, 2021
Supervisors in Arizona’s largest county on Wednesday approved an amended contract with Dominion Voting Systems that will see the company send over fresh election equipment.
Maricopa County’s Board of Supervisors opted to lease new voting system tabulators to replace machines examined by auditors hired by the Arizona Senate.
The board, composed of four Republicans and one Democrat, agreed in a meeting to allocate an additional $2.9 million to the contract with Dominion Voting Systems. The contract now totals $9 million. It began in June 2019 and runs through July 2022 and has the county leasing voting equipment from Dominion.