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Arizona voting system is fair and secure – not rigged

For six years, I served as the Secretary of State here in Arizona, and oversaw 12 elections for federal, state and local races. I can tell you, unequivocally, without a doubt, that our electoral system is strong and that voting in Arizona remains free, fair, and secure.

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