Arizona Supreme Court Effectively Strikes Down Much of the Election Procedures Manual

This week the Arizona Supreme Court issued its ruling in McKenna v Soto, a candidate nomination challenge from spring 2020. The Supreme Court upheld the trial court’s decision keeping LD3 House candidate Javier Soto on

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Are You Really Precluded from Voting a New Ballot if your Presidential Candidate Drops Out?

Early voting for the Presidential Preference Election (PPE) in Arizona began on February 19, 2020, but it seems as if Democratic candidates are suspending their campaigns by the day.  Some election officials have recently announced

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House Subcommittee Holds Arizona Hearing on Election Administration Without Inviting Election Administrators

Today the U.S. House Administration Subcommittee on Elections held a hearing in Phoenix entitled “Voting Rights and Elections Administration in Arizona.”  A recurring topic among the Members of Congress and committee witnesses was the closure

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