Opinion: Regardless how you feel about the 2020 election, there are things we must do to ensure accuracy and promote public confidence in the results.
By Mark Brnovich opinion contributor |Arizona Republic
Regardless of your personal beliefs regarding the 2020 election, it’s troubling how many people question the integrity and accuracy of our elections.
Many Arizona parents know what is required to be the adult in the room.
As the attorney general for Arizona, I often have to be the voice of reason and advocate of truth for the entire state. This includes telling people what they may not wish to hear and thus becoming the target of their hostility and criticism.
Regular readers of this space have seen this happening as of late.
For example, regardless of political affiliation or your personal beliefs regarding the 2020 election, I will say that we must all be very concerned about the significant number of people across our state questioning the integrity and accuracy of our elections.
This is an uncomfortable topic that many civic leaders and media outlets prefer to avoid, but it should be deeply concerning to every Arizonan because we only have two ways to peacefully resolve our differences.
One is by talking, and the other is by voting. Our conversations should be intellectually honest and unfiltered, and the accuracy of our elections must be beyond reproach.
We must ensure elections are accurate, trustworthy