Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes announced a state grand jury has indicted Republican Cochise County Supervisors Tom Crosby and Peggy Judd with two felony charges of conspiracy and election interference.
The all-Republican Mohave County Board of Supervisors voted against hand-counting ballots after receiving a letter from Attorney General Kris Mayes saying it would be illegal.
Mohave County supervisors may be breaking state law if they choose not to use machines to count all ballots cast in the presidential election.
Some county messaging had said drop boxes in the all-mail election would be open until voting ended at 7 p.m. on Election Day.
About 32,000 Arizona voters who haven’t proved their citizenship may be subject to investigations and potential removal from rolls under the 2022 laws.
Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes has subpoenaed the two Republican county supervisors to appear before a grand jury.
How officials are trying to prevent intimidation at drop boxes, hand-counting ballots, and other problems from the midterms.
Election directors are meeting with Gov. Katie Hobbs and legislative leaders to press for a special session.
A Votebeat reporter experiences firsthand how Maricopa County verifies early voters’ identities.
The untold story of how the quest for election fraud evidence led to a virtual manhunt in Maricopa County.
Maricopa County Supervisors Chairman Clint Hickman describes death threat’s effect on him and family, while perpetrator says he was misled by election lies.
Cochise County won’t contract with Authentix, a company that partnered with Mark Finchem to try to make its ballot security products mandatory.
Republicans and voting rights advocates are unhappy with secretary of state’s proposed instructions on hand-counting ballots and voter intimidation.
Cochise County is set to launch a $1 million pilot to test secure features on ballots and hire a firm that has pushed the idea with former state Rep. Mark Finchem.
New report shows the Arizona county claims ignorance of ballot printers’ limits prior to midterm election problems, but OKI says its manual explained it all.
The debate over legality is pulling attention from the well-known problems that crop up when trying to hand-count ballots, an especially challenging task in a presidential election.
Unlike other high-profile resignations of election officials across the country, Pinal County Elections Director Geraldine Roll resigned under deep scrutiny.
Fontes’ draft of the Elections Procedures Manual, which strips much of what Gov. Katie Hobbs had in the latest 2019 version, will need to be approved by Hobbs and the attorney general by the end of the year.
A new $29 million elections center will multiply the amount of room for processing and tabulating ballots and increasing security.
Secretary of State Adrian Fontes told the county’s supervisors in a letter Tuesday that he’s concerned moving forward would put the county’s election officials in “serious legal jeopardy.”
As the county plans an expensive purchase, experts say stronger regulations over ballot printers would help prevent the problems voters saw in November.
Pinal County’s inaccurate counts in 2022 were caused by human error. Counting ballots by hand won’t prevent that again.
Everything you need to know about Senate Majority Leader Sonny Borrelli’s letter asserting the Legislature has “plenary authority” over how elections are run.
Lake and Abe Hamadeh get to argue their election challenges again this week. Here’s why the cases have dragged on so long — and what harm voting advocates say they continue to cause.