Media, State News / August 4, 2018

Raising our representation in the Legislature: African-Americans tackling voter turnout attend Maricopa County Recorder’s Office training

Sitting in a room with about 20 other African-Americans, Roy Tatem, Jr., thought about what voting and electing a state Legislature that reflects Arizona's diverse communities would mean to people whose concerns have long been ignored.

Media / November 5, 2017

Counties struggle to keep polling places staffed

A few years ago, Beverly Miller was about to begin her second tour of duty serving the people of Coplay — first as a council member and then as a judge of elections in the Second District — when a minor crisis emerged: One of the two inspectors of elections who was to oversee the polling place failed to show up.

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