Voters worry that changes to the postal system could put their ballots in jeopardy of arriving too late to be counted.
It took just a few days for Democratic leaders to start investigating changes at the USPS that could suppress millions of votes in the upcoming election.
Arizona voters turned out in near-record numbers for Tuesday's primary election — and will be asked to turn out again for the General Election on Nov. 3.
While the deadline to mail back absentee ballots has passed, there are still a number of ways Arizonans can cast their vote today.
The risk of catching COVID-19 at a polling place has left some county elections departments struggling to find poll workers.
151 polling locations throughout Maricopa County will be converted into locations where any registered voter can go and cast their ballot.
While some states are warning of delays in elections results, Arizona expects to see them come in faster this year.