Arizona Senate’s Audit Liaison Ken Bennett to Explain What Happened in Town Hall Meetings

By Corinne Murdock

The Arizona Senate’s liaison to the Cyber Ninjas-led audit, Ken Bennett, will be hosting a town hall series over the next few weeks to discuss what happened with the audit. The series, “What Happened at the Audit,” was organized by Look Ahead America, an America First nonprofit dedicated to voter outreach and election integrity.

The town halls will occur at the following locations from 7 to 8:30 pm:

· October 19: Hilton Garden Inn Tucson Airport

· October 21: Scottsdale Studios

· October 25: Prescott Gateway Community Room

· October 27: Shugrues Restaurant and Brewery in Lake Havasu City

The town halls will also be live streamed on Rumble and on Look Ahead America’s website.

Look Ahead America also hosts the results of the Voter Integrity Project (VIP), an initiative by former President Donald Trump’s 2016 data analyst and strategy director Matt Braynard. Braynard is also the executive director of Look Ahead America. He will moderate the town halls.

Though Cyber Ninjas submitted its final audit report on Maricopa County weeks ago, Bennett has continued his work as liaison. Most recently, Bennett appeared before the U.S. House Oversight Committee to testify last week. Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan was noticeably absent, though he was invited.

During the hearing, Bennett responded to questions about whether he believed the audit showed Trump as having won rather than Biden. Bennett said no.

“I would not characterize it that way. I was asked by the Senate to be the liaison to the Maricopa audit,” stated Bennett. “The Maricopa audit found that the results were very similar to what Maricopa County canvassed in the official results.”

Those interested in attending any or all of the town halls must register in advance here.

Corinne Murdock is a reporter for AZ Free News. Follow her latest on Twitter, or email tips to