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Arizona Democratic Party seeks to overturn ‘ballot harvesting’ ban (access required)

Attorney Bruce Spiva contends that the Republican-controlled Legislature acted illegally last year in making it a felony for an individual to take anyone else’s early ballot to a polling place.

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