Stories tagged: "voting"


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Pima County Has a New Recorder, and She’s Already Making History

Gabriella Cázares-Kelly decided to run for office after uncovering systemic issues she felt prevented indigenous community members from being able to vote.

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How Maricopa County Elections Went From DOJ Investigation in 2016 to Smooth Sailing in 2020

Under Adrian Fontes, Maricopa County elections transformed from problem-plagued debacles to successful even during a global pandemic.

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When Talking About the “Latino Vote” Make Sure to Mention These Five Latino Organizations

The massive turnout is the result of grassroots organizations that have been mobilizing Latinos for decades, not just during this election.

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How to Vote in Person in Arizona, Pandemic Edition

If voting with an absentee ballot isn't an option for you—or you just want to vote in person—here’s what you need to know to cast your ballot.

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Pima County Recorder Refuses to Reopen Voting Center for Pascua Yaqui Tribe

County officials authorized an emergency voting site for the tribe, but the recorder’s office says they have no plans to open a new polling place.

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Are You Bilingual? This Group Wants You to Be a Poll Worker.

Mi Familia Vota organization is joining other groups across the U.S. in trying to persuade younger people to work at polling places, especially those who are bilingual.

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Growing Number Arizona Republicans Backing Biden Due to Trump’s Fiscal Irresponsibility, Disrespectful Attitude

Republicans hope to plant in 45,618 “Republicans for Biden” signs in Arizona, to represent half of Trump’s margin of victory in the state in 2016.