While some Republicans are making false accusations that mail-in voting suddenly isn’t secure, Arizona has offered flexible early voting since the 1990s.
The law goes against the National Voter Registration Act, and would require would-be voters to provide documents proving their citizenship before they would be allowed to vote.
Trump’s latest comments represent his most explicit attacks on vote-by-mail, affirming voting rights advocates’ fears that he is setting the stage to dispute the validity of mail-in-ballots altogether.
If you’re one of the many people who wants to vote-by-mail, but is nervous about doing so after Trump’s attacks on the process, there’s some good news.
151 polling locations throughout Maricopa County will be converted into locations where any registered voter can go and cast their ballot.
Polling indicates that Trump’s public complaints about mail voting have turned some Republicans against the practice.
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