Arizona Sen. Ugenti-Rita would scrap ballot drop boxes as secretary of state 

BY KTAR.COM

State Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita said that Arizona voting procedures could do with some work, starting with pulling ballot drop boxes.

“I would remove the ballot boxes from the Elections Procedure Manual,” Ugenti-Rita told KTAR News 92.3 FM’s The Mike Broomhead Show on Wednesday. “Right now that’s where the authority for those drop-off boxes exists. I don’t think those drop-off boxes are necessary.”

The Republican lawmaker from Scottsdale is running for secretary of state, a position that doubles as Arizona’s top election officer.

She said ballot drop boxes, particularly on Election Day, slow the voting process and undermine vote by mail.

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