PHOENIX – Despite 62 polling locations in Maricopa County that were not open on time on election day, Arizona saw the largest voter turnout than any other primary in the state’s history. Nearly 1.2 million Arizonans cast a ballot, which is about 33 percent of the state’s registered voters, according to the official election canvas.
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.
Congressional reporter Ron Hansen details all the info you'll need to know going into the next election. Noah Lau, Arizona Republic.
We know too many potential voters are skipping Arizona elections. But why? And most importantly, what we can do about it?
They gathered Saturday at the state capitol to tell lawmakers they're fed up and ready to register tens of thousands of voters to spur change at the Republican-controlled Legislature.