The law would allow automatic voter registration, set unified early and mail-in voting standards, and modernize elections while ensuring their security.
Ballots with signatures that do match what elections officials have on file must be verified by voters by 5 p.m. on Tuesday in order to be counted.
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.
While the deadline to mail back absentee ballots has passed, there are still a number of ways Arizonans can cast their vote today.
Voters who do not mail back their ballots today can still vote in person or return their ballot at any ballot drop-off location in the state.
There have been only six cases of voter impersonation found between 2000 and 2012 after investigating 2,000 public records.
Arizona officials can start counting early ballots two weeks before the election. But other states can’t start counting them until the actual Election Day.