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Judge may rule on claims of Arizona voter suppression

Judge may rule on claims of Arizona voter suppression

A U.S. district court judge may decide two critical issues in Arizona before the November presidential election: whether to stop the state’s new so-called “ballot harvesting” law from taking effect and whether to force elections officials to count out-of-precinct provisional ballots.

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Reagan’s office skips election manual (access required)

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Secretary of State Michele Reagan did not compile a new election procedures manual for the 2016 cycle, perhaps the first time in decades, if not longer, that the office did not release the biennial publication that instructs county and local officials on the conduct of elections.

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Yes, all the expected incumbents filed

With the dust settled after yesterday’s deadline to submit nominating petitions, it appears as though 219 candidates have filed to run for legislative, statewide and federal offices. There are 7 statewide candidates (a low figure, but there are only three Corp Comm seats on the ballot this year), 171 legislative candidates and 41 federal candidates.

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