Bolick has joined a task force that aims to purge voter rolls and stop ballots from being automatically mailed to voters.
151 polling locations throughout Maricopa County will be converted into locations where any registered voter can go and cast their ballot.
Elections officials say lawmakers like Rep. Shawnna Bolick have spread information about mail-in voting that is, "inaccurate and often misleading."
Election officials in Maricopa County are proposing to open 75 to 100 “vote centers” where registered voters can cast ballots over a two-week period.
Fueled by the president’s anti-Latino stance, they are taking the steps to make their voices heard in November.
Despite opposition from voting advocates and state agencies, including the Maricopa County Recorder's Office, the bill passed along party lines.
In 2016, voters had access to 60 voting locations during the Presidential Preference Election. For 2020, they’ll have access to 229.