Stories tagged: "early voting"


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Scottsdale Woman Indicted For Alleged Voting Fraud in 2020 General Election

There are only five active criminal cases in Arizona’s Superior Courts related to the 2020 elections.

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‘Truly a Sad Day’: Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Voter Suppression Laws

The conservative-controlled US Supreme Court upheld Arizona’s laws restricting third-party ballot collection and out-of-precinct voting.

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Former Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes Announces Bid for Secretary of State

As recorder, Fontes expanded options for early voting, cut down on long wait times, and made voting more accessible.

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Lawyers Defend Election Integrity as Far-Right Extremists Harass Ballot-Counters

January Contreras joined two respected Arizona lawyers with the Arizona Voter Empowerment Task Forceto to discuss election integrity and what voters can do if they are the target of hyper-criminalization while voting.

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Arizona Votes: Vicente Ruiz

Vicente Ruiz believes his vote is for his community: artists, family, neighbors, and small business owners.

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Arizona Votes: Megan Brown

Megan Brown made the trip early to personally deliver her ballot, feeling “it is one small thing she can do to support the postal service.”

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Arizona Votes: Maria Castro

Immigration policy is a major concern for Maria, whose mother is undocumented and is married to a DACA recipient.