House lawmakers ask Cyber Ninjas CEO to testify on Arizona audit

Key House Democrats are asking Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan to testify on the company’s role in the Arizona election audit.

House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairwoman Carolyn MaloneyCarolyn MaloneyHouse Oversight Democrats ask NFL for information from investigation into Washington Football Team New York City helicopter complaints skyrocket Trump company in late-stage talks to sell DC hotel: report MORE (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Jamie RaskinJamin (Jamie) Ben Raskin'You're a joke': Greene clashes with Cheney, Raskin on House floor Cheney becomes GOP's Trump foil Jan. 6 panel votes to hold Bannon in contempt MORE (D-Md.), the chairman of the committee's civil rights subpanel, in a letter asked Logan to testify to Congress next month and faulted the company for not providing documents related to its audit of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona. 

“This request follows your repeated refusal to produce documents requested by the Committee regarding this largely privately funded audit,” the two lawmakers wrote in the letter dated Thursday.


“As a result of your obstruction, your participation in a Committee hearing is necessary for the Committee to advance the investigation of the questionable audit your company performed and to examine whether this audit is interfering with Americans’ right to vote free from partisan interference,” the two continued.

The two Democrats requested that Logan respond by Thursday. A hearing is scheduled for Oct. 7.

The Hill has reached out to Cyber Ninjas for comment.

Drafts of the Arizona audit that circulated on Friday did not find any evidence that the election in Arizona was stolen from former President TrumpDonald TrumpHarris stumps for McAuliffe in Virginia On The Money — Sussing out what Sinema wants Hillicon Valley — Presented by Xerox — The Facebook Oversight Board is not pleased MORE, as he and his allies have repeatedly claimed.

The Hill obtained a draft from several Arizona Republican sources that did not indicate any major discrepancies between the contractor’s hand count and Maricopa County’s certified count.

The draft found that President BidenJoe BidenBiden: Democrats' spending plan is 'a bigger darn deal' than Obamacare Biden says he's open to altering, eliminating filibuster to advance voting rights Biden: Comment that DOJ should prosecute those who defy subpoenas 'not appropriate' MORE won Maricopa County by roughly 45,000 votes. In the Cyber Ninjas tally, Trump received 261 fewer votes from his original tally while Biden received 99 additional votes.