Voting proposals from Democrats, on the other hand, include automatic and same-day voter registration, opening more early voting locations, and implementing a voters’ bill of rights.
The bill would have appropriated nearly $4 million a year to conduct an audit of elections in Maricopa and Pima counties as well as two randomly selected smaller counties.
The failed proposals would have added layers of bureaucracy to the election process, such as requiring returned ballots to be sorted by precinct and limiting what pens could be used at polling places.
Here are the down-ballot elections voters in LD20 can expect to find on their ballot for the Nov. 3 election, along with a list of voting centers and ballot drop-off locations
As part of our efforts to help voters feel informed as the November election approaches, we're creating an overview of local races throughout the state.
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