Fontes files suit asking to continue using virtual options for isolated voters

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By Danny Shapiro KTAR

Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes filed a lawsuit Friday in an effort to protect ballot access for at-risk voters in medical isolation.

Fontes alleged that virtual technology used in Maricopa County in August’s primary election because of coronavirus protections should continue being used for November’s general election.

The county utilized special election boards made up of two members from different political parties to help voters who had restricted access due to COVID-19 and were physically unable to fill out a ballot themselves during the primary.

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