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Arizona’s election system trusted by both parties

Arizonans know that politicians sounding the alarm on a stolen election in our state are simply trying to divide us and create distrust in a system we’ve relied on for decades. Our state has been a leader in making it easier for our citizens to vote. Nearly 30 years ago, we became one of the first ...

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Step up Sinema – abolish the filibuster

But with the filibuster, S1 has no chance of passing. It’s simple: every day Sinema drags her feet on eliminating the filibuster — and every day that fellow Democrats and Biden don’t pressure her to change course — is a day our elected representatives are choosing decorum over democracy.

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