Elections officials have asked in-person voters to use the pens provided at the polls—which contain fast-drying ink—to avoid ink smearing and potentially invalidating the ballot.
The Republican candidate's recent attacks against Arizona's election systems have been disproved by both the Arizona Attorney General and the Department of Justice.
Voting proposals from Democrats, on the other hand, include automatic and same-day voter registration, opening more early voting locations, and implementing a voters’ bill of rights.
The failed proposals would have added layers of bureaucracy to the election process, such as requiring returned ballots to be sorted by precinct and limiting what pens could be used at polling places.
The proposed law would require Arizona voters to show their ID an additional time to vote, this time when dropping off an early ballot at a voting center.
An obscure Arizona law requires county recorders to maintain live video recordings of tabulation centers while ballots are being counted.
These are some of the most common questions elections officials get from voters about participating in elections.
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