Stories tagged: "voter"


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Latinos and Young People Voted Blue to Save Democracy in Arizona

Roughly 70% of Latino voters and voters age 18-29 preferred Sen. Mark Kelly and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs over their Republican opponents,

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More Than 200 Faith Leaders Ask NFL to Pull Super Bowl From Arizona Over Restrictive Voting Laws

Phoenix was disqualified as the host city for the Super Bowl in 1993 because Arizona did not recognize Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a state holiday. The city lost an estimated $200 million in revenue.

Voters deliver their ballots to a polling station on Nov. 3, 2020, in Tempe, Ariz. Texas has become the latest state where Republicans have rolled back access to voting methods that soared in popularity during last year’s pandemic presidential election. The Texas bill, expected to be signed soon by Gov. Greg Abbott, follows similar legislation this year in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Iowa and some other GOP-controlled states. (AP Photo/Matt York, File)
Nearly 1.5 Million Arizonans Making $50K or Less Voted in 2020 Election

Low-income Arizonans cast nearly 1.5 million votes in the 2020 general election—nearly 40% of votes statewide—according to a recent study.

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Her Brother Was Deported 9 Years Ago. She Hasn’t Stopped Fighting Since.

Jessica Rubio is a homeowner, philanthropist, and working on her Master’s degree. And until last week, she was living in fear of being deported.

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Arizona’s Ballot Collection Law Ruled Discriminatory. Now It May Head To The Supreme Court

The latest court decision puts the ballot collection ban back into effect, one week before the Presidential Preference ballots are to be mailed to voters.