August 29, 2022
Lawsuit claims Arizona voter registration law harms low-income, minority voters
A new lawsuit challenges an Arizona law that takes a firm stance against voter fraud by requiring that someone cancels their previous registration before registering in any county in the state.
Senate Bill 1260, which takes effect on September 24, also says that anyone who “knowingly provides a mechanism for voting to another person who is registered in another state” is guilty of a felony. The Arizona Alliance for Retired Americans, Voto Latino, and progressive group Priorities USA sued, claiming that the law goes too far.
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