Voters head to polls across metro Phoenix on the first day of early voting

By Emily Wilder | Arizona Republic

People showed up at polling places across the Valley on Wednesday for the first day of early in-person voting to ensure their voices were heard on issues including marijuana legalization, climate change and education.

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego appeared at a west Phoenix polling location to address voters and reporters and to encourage people to cast their votes as early as possible, whether by mail or in person.

Gallego, who faces challengers Merissa Hamilton and Tim Seay on November’s ballot, emphasized issues at stake in this election like health care and support for essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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