Voting Access

In some Republican-heavy counties like Yavapai and Yuma, voting via drop box this year actually increased from past primaries.
How the county’s “lean” investment in a neglected office led to an overstretched staff, ballot debacles, and disenfranchised voters.
When this election turned out to have no drama, an activist decided to generate his own.
Amid election official turnover and staff shortages in Arizona, experts worry elections “could get a little chaotic.”
Republicans and Democrats appear on the same ballot, but voting across party lines will spoil your vote.
As politicians move to reshape elections, the people who run them speak up about the consequences.
The Uvalde shooting heightened concerns about school security, but there aren’t always good alternative polling places available.
Yavapai County voted overwhelmingly for Trump, and most voters there used ballot drop boxes. “2000 Mules” is energizing the movement to ban them.
Arizona election officials prep for surge in in-person voting during August primary. The state has had mail voting for decades.
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