Bill would require 200 polling places for presidential, special elections

KTAR Photo/Jim Cross
KTAR Photo/Jim Cross

By Alia Beard Rau | The Arizona Republic

The Arizona Legislature is proposing changes to election law intended to prevent a repeat of the problems visited on voters during the presidential preference election.

Sen. Kimberly Yee, R-Phoenix, who waited in line for more than five hours to vote in the March 22 preference election, proposes new regulations that would:


Related: Judge to hear arguments in Arizona presidential preference election lawsuit/AP

Libertarians want Arizona’s election signature law voided/Arizona Daily Star

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