Independent voters now outnumber Republicans in Arizona
A trend that began after Arizona started letting independents vote in partisan primaries reached fruition this month when they officially became the largest voting bloc in the state, outnumbering registered Republicans by a few thousand.
With final ballots tallied, officials see changing trends and a need for voter education
Election Day dragged on for two weeks before the final ballot was counted in Arizona, highlighting the challenges that elections officials face.
Thousands of provisional problems on Election Day
Shortly after noon on Election Day, Paul Garrett walked into his polling place in Mesa, ready to cast his vote. But when he got into line and told the poll worker his name, he was advised that he had already received his early ballot in the mail, so he would have to cast a provisional ballot.