After midterms, GOP reconsidering antipathy to mail ballots
By: Bill Barrow and Nicholas Riccardi Associated Press
December 9, 2022
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Republicans in Arizona and other parts of the country have handed Democrats an advantage in balloting due to former President Donald Trump's false claims about the risks of mail voting. Conservative conspiracy theorists urged GOP voters to wait until Election Day before casting their ballots and spun tales about how such a strategy would prevent Democrats from rigging voting machines to steal the election.
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