The Republican supervisors are asking a judge to compel the elections director to expand the hand count audit of ballots in the midterm election.
When the machine wouldn’t take the ballot, voters were told to place their ballots into a slot on a secure box, which the county has labeled “door 3.”
Republicans sued to keep vote centers open late, but a judge said there was no evidence voters were disenfranchised.
Ruling caps month-long spectacle marked by confusing proposals from Republican officials, warnings from the state, and arguments from lawyers who defended Cyber Ninjas.
Advocates want Apache County to create vote centers where anyone can cast a ballot instead of using precinct-based voting.
Clean Elections USA is trying to mobilize thousands of volunteers to collect evidence for True the Vote and a conservative sheriffs’ group, internal communications show.
Facing state’s threat of lawsuit, county supervisors voted instead to expand its hand-count audit as allowed under Arizona law.
Counties are mailing out correct ballots and are contacting affected voters to help them cast the right one, even if they already sent a vote in.
Wordy ballot measures are printed in 8-point type to keep the ballot on a single page.
Cochise County board’s two Republicans seek emergency vote, against attorney’s advice, on manual vote tally for November election.
Cochise County officials consider plan for manually tallying votes in November — a method that produces inaccurate results and takes much longer, research shows.
Here’s how to get ready to vote in the 2022 midterms in Arizona — from registration deadlines to requesting mail ballots to voting in person.
In some Republican-heavy counties like Yavapai and Yuma, voting via drop box this year actually increased from past primaries.
The obscure document produced by some ballot tabulators won’t prove the fraud activists think it will, experts say.
How the county’s “lean” investment in a neglected office led to an overstretched staff, ballot debacles, and disenfranchised voters.
The Maricopa County recorder channels his energy — and lots of Diet Coke — into defending his elections and answering his critics.
“Many were very surprised to learn they were allegedly deceased,” Brnovich writes in his conclusion to probe of Cyber Ninjas’ claims.
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Amid election official turnover and staff shortages in Arizona, experts worry elections “could get a little chaotic.”
Skeptics get chance to scrutinize voting system up close, but few show up.
Gov. Ducey signs bill — similar to one he previously vetoed — that changes basis for canceling voter registrations.
New pens, new envelopes, more vote centers, earlier counting, and more.
Counties are taking new measures to prevent observers and poll workers from disrupting voting.
Sweeping election bills failed, but Legislature revives two ideas as scaled-back programs.
Nine in ten Arizona voters take advantage of the state’s no-excuse early voting and vote-by-mail system, now under threat by the same party that created it.
Yavapai County voted overwhelmingly for Trump, and most voters there used ballot drop boxes. “2000 Mules” is energizing the movement to ban them.
Arizona election officials prep for surge in in-person voting during August primary. The state has had mail voting for decades.
Covering the “audit” of the 2020 election was the most important work of my career. I want to keep informing voters.
Bill passed with bipartisan support may lead to burdensome number of recounts, add to election costs, and delay final results, experts warn.
Even conservative courts probably won’t treat the law differently than in the past.
Christy McCormick’s history of controversy complicates her apparent involvement in Republicans’ audit messaging.
The counting/scanning/inspection of Maricopa County’s ballots ends with an attempted resignation, a Twitter ban, and an intra-party feud.
The efforts of these auditors would be hilarious if they weren’t such a deep insult to basic democratic standards.