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Arizona Mail-In Voters

Voting rights advocates sued the Arizona secretary of state Tuesday complaining the state law requiring mail-in ballots be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day – rather than postmarked by – is unfair and confuses voters, especially those in rural counties and Latino voters.

PHOENIX – Voting rights advocates sued the Arizona secretary of state Tuesday, complaining the state law requiring mail-in ballots be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day – rather than postmarked by – is unfair and confuses voters, especially those in rural counties and who are Latino.

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