Want to ‘fix’ Arizona’s election system? Then better explain what’s broken first

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Opinion: If Arizona handles elections well, there isn’t much case for reform. Upending the system in the name of ‘integrity’ isn’t good enough.

Editorial board Arizona Republic

If there’s a good reason for tightening voting standards, Republicans should make a better case for it.

Efforts at the Legislature give Arizonans the impression our election system is deeply flawed and in dire need of rescue.

We’ve seen a litany of bills to narrow who qualifies to vote and how and when – all in the name of election integrity.

Integrity is a buzzword that should give us all pause even during ordinary times. But it should worry us more on the heels of an extraordinary presidential election in which a sizable number of Republican elected officials, in Arizona and across the country, fostered and furthered the lie that voter fraud helped to install President Joe Biden.

In fact, a number of them are continuing to feed the lie.

Is this really about election integrity?

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