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Election Deniers Upset That Nonprofits Legally Registered Arizonans To Vote
The presenter falsely claimed that organizations like Chicanos Por La Causa could register “multiple registrations on the same voter” and could change a voter’s registration information, such as party affiliation.
Republicans Skirt Responsibility After Invited Guests Make Wide-Ranging Bribery Allegations
Republicans raced to distance themselves from the claims after they caught fire over the weekend on social media, where accounts that routinely share unsubstantiated claims of election fraud covered them widely.
Cochise County Elections Director Resigns After Protecting Midterm Ballots From Republican Officials
Lisa Marra, who refused to cooperate with an illegal hand count plan, describes a threatening work environment in departure letter to Cochise County.
Appeals Court Rejects Arizona Republican Party’s Attempt to End Early Voting
Early voting began in Arizona in 1991 and is used by more than 80% of voters. The Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled that the
A Pre-Statehood Abortion Law Could Have Been Enforced Today. Arizona Voters Kept That From Happening.
Friday marked the day the former Arizona attorney general would have enforced a pre-statehood abortion law—but due to Arizona voters, that won’t happen.
Where Are They Now? A Look Back on Arizona’s Insurrectionist Lawmakers
They spent the last two years defending a violent attack on the US Capitol that they played a hand in. Here’s where they’ve ended up, and what role they’ll take in shaping Arizona in 2023.