After issues that plagued polling places throughout Maricopa County during the primary elections, Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes said he would release a report answering questions about what went wrong. Now, he is saying he isn't going to release the report after all.

Media and Entertainment Law attorney David Bodney said, "The (recorder's office) has not advanced a lawful reason for withholding the records and The Republic is entitled to prompt compliance with its request.

Fontes released his report a week later, saying that he initially kept the report from the public because the county's attorneys discouraged him from releasing it.

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