Stories tagged: "voting"


Camaron Stevenson
The Arizona Senate’s ‘Audit’ of the 2020 Election Results Is Finally Over, but at What Cost?

Elections officials on both sides of the political aisle spent the last few months blowing the whistle on the mismanagement throughout the audit process.

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House to Probe if Arizona Audit Is ‘Effort to Promote Baseless Conspiracy Theories’

The House Oversight Committee informed Cyber Ninjas that it is investigating the 'audit' it's conducting for Republicans in the Arizona state Senate.

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Scottsdale Woman Indicted For Alleged Voting Fraud in 2020 General Election

There are only five active criminal cases in Arizona’s Superior Courts related to the 2020 elections.

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Why Former Phoenix Mayor Terry Goddard Is Fighting to Limit the Influence of Money in Politics

Nearly 40 years after he helped break the Phoenix political machine, former Mayor Terry Goddard is hoping to bookend his political career with a “dark money” ballot initiative that he says will make Arizona’s government more representative.

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‘Findings That Should Not Be Trusted’: Report Outlines Flaws With Arizona’s Audit of 2020 Election Results

The report identified a lack of transparency and impartiality, insufficient security, and inconsistent procedures with recounting ballots.

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‘Truly a Sad Day’: Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Voter Suppression Laws

The conservative-controlled US Supreme Court upheld Arizona’s laws restricting third-party ballot collection and out-of-precinct voting.

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Tempe Bookstore Owner: ‘Everyone Should Have Equal and Fair Access to Voting’

Senate Republicans filibustered the For the People Act recently, at least temporarily ensuring its demise. Changing Hands Bookstore co-owner Cindy Dach says she expected more.